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Motherboard battery replacement

We are unable to get to the battery on the motherboard to replace it. Cannot get the front of the case off. Can you help please?

This is an etower 700 machine.

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The front of the case shouldn't be the opening. Check on the back of the case
for screws that will either let you take off the housing or the side panel.

Posted on Oct 23, 2008

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Hello here is the homepage:

http://www.dell.com/support/troubleshooting/us/en/ussoho1/Product/inspiron-8600

You have to order the battery from a dell service center.

It look like this:


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But here could be a difference depeding how old the laptop is.
Here is the other type:
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The dell dealer should know what right in your case.

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Some times the AC adapter and battery dies and saves your laptop motherboard.

Follow the following steps to check once again.
Remove the battery and the defective adapter and check if you can borrow a known good working adapter and see if your system works / turns on just by connecting the power adapter and turning it on (without the battery) if it works then repeat the check with the battery on.

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if for some reason you are unable to save your changes it is possible that the cmos battery is going bad, replace the battery and test.

another reason why you may not be able to make any changes is because you may not be a supervisor or accessing the bios as a supervisor but as a user. you may have set a bios supervisor password. if you don't remember what that was you may have to reset the password:

to reset your password do the following:

  1. Turn off the computer.
  2. Open the computer case.
  3. Locate the blue J8C2 Flash/PWD jumper block on the motherboard.
  4. Place the jumper on pins 2 and 3 for clearing the passwords.
  5. Turn on the computer. Wait for an audible beep from the computer. A message appears stating that the NVRAM and password have been cleared.
  6. Turn off the computer.
  7. Place the jumper back on pins 1 and 2 for normal operation.
  8. Place the lid back on the case.
  9. Turn on the computer.
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if it still hungs up at the start with all cables disconnected then a major chip on your motherboard is burnt (maybe the disk controller).

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one more thing  try ebay  maybe someone is selling those wires or just the front part of that case good luck 

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Top row reading right to left is vcc2, next usb2-, next usb2+ and grnd2.

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hey try to unplug the power cord from the powersupply now open the case and unplug the powersupply to the the motherboard and then press the reset button on the front for 15 seconds and than connect the motherboard powercable and plug in the powercord back in to the powersupply and try to restart the computer. please tell me if this works and ANY thing that happnes ok best regards mike

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