Bootup and start problem

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my ace desktop computer power is on, fan on no beep sound and no bootup or start, please can you hel

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Hello Ac3mark thank you very much for your kindness, the problem with my computer had been solved by the suggested CMOS BATTERY. Thank you and remain blessed.
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Thank you....I am always here to help!!!

Thank you for replying and letting us know that your problem was solved, that is 100X blessings!
Thank you very much ac3mark for your help .

My PC is an ACER, (Model: Aspire M1100)

When I switch on the pc the power is on however the pc does not immediately boot up. I have to leave the power on for several hours, switch the pc back off and swith it on again and then it eventually boots up.

Once it boots it goes straight to a screen which displays the following:

phoenix - awardBIOS v6pg, an energy star Ally
Copyright (C) 1984-2007, Phonix Technologies, LTD

This BIOS is exclusively for Acer only <R01-A1>

Main Processor: AND Athlon(tm) 64 x2 Dual Core Processor 4000+
Memory Testing:786432k OK +256m shared memory

IDE Channel 0 Master : HL-DT-ST DVD-RW_CSA-H41N RA00
IDE Channel Slave : None

IDE Channel 2 Master : Hitachi HDS721616PLA388 P22OAB3A
IDE Channel 2 Slave : None
IDE Channel 3 Master : None
IDE Channel 3 Slave : None
CMOS checksum error - Defaults loaded

press F1 TO CONTINUE, DEL to enter SETUP
06/25/2007 - RS690 -SB680 - 6A669FK8C -00

do you know what this issue is ?

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the easiest start is get a new CMOS battery. They are round, and will cause the type of issues that you are experiencing. Pop the ol battery out, put the new in, load the bios defaults, and reboot.

does the monitor come on? is there a green light on the monitor? If you were to put a Bootable disk into the cd, would it spin it up and boot it, or try to install it if it were a program executable?

IF... Yes to the first two questions, and no to the third, than your HDD is more than likely fried. Do you know how to get into BIOS to boot from disk? Do you have the OS disk? Have you made a recovery disk prior to this incident? Do you defragment your HDD regularly? When was the last time you updated your antivirus?