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If my battery for my computer is shot will my little backup battery need to be replaced as well

My battery has been no good for a while in time would that ruin my little backup battery ya know wear it down to nothing!!

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The BIOS battery may not need changing provided the Date and Time setting does not change each time you boot up. If the laptop is more than 3 years old then it you can elect to replace the BIOS battery.

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