Is your new Asus board an A7N8X Flavor?
If so, install a new CMOS battery. I have read many threads about the battery being a dud right from the factory.
Once the battery is replaced, it's a go.
If you have a voltage meter, check the battery for proper output. Or, if you don't have a volt meter, spend $2 on a new battery and give that a whirl. You will need a 3 volt battery with the model no. CR-2032.
I have a brand new A7N8X Deluxe sitting here waiting to be installed. I bought a new battery the same day I received the motherboard.
In fact, I always replace the CMOS batteries in all my systems annually, so as to avoid unexpected problems from a dying or dead battery.
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