I have a Gateway 2000 tower PC model G6-180. It has an Intel Pentium Pro running at 180 Mhz. with 64 Mb of EDO Mode RAM. My problem is whenever I start up the computer, after it initializes the drives, It give me this error message:
"NVRAM Checksum error, NVRAM cleared"
"NVRAM Data Invalid, NVRAM cleared"
"Press <F1> for Setup <ESC> to Boot"
I tried replacing the CMOS battery, resetting the BIOS using the jumpers on the board, and resetting the BIOS to factory defaults within the BIOS setup, but this message will not go away. I also tried the RAM in several other machines and the RAM worked fine. I tried different sticks in this machine but it still gives me the same error message. Anyone have a solution? It is going to drive me nuts seeing that error on every boot.