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Looking the Bios Chip on a Dell Insprion 5000 Motherboard.

Can some one tell me where the H@%# is the bios securtiy chip is on the insprion 5000 laptop. I took it all apart and I can't find it on the motherboard. I'm trying to reset the bios password.

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  • normanlewis0 Nov 25, 2008

    Do anyone know where the bios battery or chip is on the motherboard?

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Find the bios battery and remove it for al least an hour, make sure the laptop battery is removed and AC power is unplugged
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Posted on Nov 24, 2008

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    Lee Hodgson Nov 25, 2008

    this is what a laptop bois battery looks like


    good luck


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