I Must Clear My Cmos to Be Able to Boot

I have the same problem. I have an Asus P7P55D-PRO, it has been having boot problems for the last 6 months. The green standby LED is delayed after switching on the PSU. Then when I press the power button the computer starts only for 1/4 seconds. I've fixed it by clearing the CMOS settings on every boot, the computer starts automatically when the standby LED is on

I have this ASUS p7p55d-e pro for about 8 months(got it last July) and for this last 3-4 days I cannot boot without clearing my CMOS.

What I have is:

Seasonic M12D 750W

ASUS P7P55D-E Pro

Intel Core i5 760 Quad Core Processor Lynnfield LGA1156

XFX GeForce 8800 GT Alpha Dog 512 MB DDR3 Standard (PV-T88P-YDF4)

2x Corsair XMS3 CMX4GX3M2A1600C7 4 GB DDR3 2X2 GB DDR3-1600 CL 7-8-7-20

I tried to remove all the unnecessary stuff: HD/DVD/pci card/USB cable/etc I tried with only 1 dimm filled, instead of my 4, each one individually. It didn't work.

I tried changing the battery, here goes a few dollars to nowhere, didn't work.

If I don't reset the CMOS it sometime stock on RAM led, sometime on BOOT DEVICE led, when this happen, it stuck on CPU speed detection.

When I boot right after the reset, I MUST click on the F2 option (boot with default BIOS setting) if I go into the BIOS and save/restart, I have to reset it again When booted, everything is rock solid stable, tried memtest, CPU stress, etc, etc. Without issues.

What should be my next step? Trying a new PSU? (I need to find one.) Do RMA? (I need this mb since it's my only computer...)

Something else?

Edit: I just tried with a new PSU, it didn't fix the issue.

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