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allow a user to take ownership of the tpm

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NX9420
Microsoft Windows XP

I have several NX9420 computers, I moved from one of his CPU to another computer, when I turned on the computer I got the following message
The following configuration change was requested to

this computer is trusted platform module (TPM):

Allow a user to take ownership of the TPM

At the edge of the screen was an option to press: F1 to Boot

Then the computer demanded insert a smart card.

1. I removed the hard disk

2. I took out the BIOS battery

Without success the computer fails to reach BIOS / Boot.

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