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Why litium battery in mother board(intel,asus)?

What is the purpose of lithium battery in intel,asus mother boards.
is it need to be changed, when?
Problems related lithium cell in mother board

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The lithium battery is use to power up the RTC/CMOS chip which stores the date and time, and some essential configuration settings for your motherboard. If you notice that your computer clock is not displaying the proper date and/or time after you set it correctly, then you may have to change the battery.

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The purpose of the battery is to help keep all of the data tin the CMOS stored when the power goes out.
I have not had to change these on many computers, they last a long time.

When the computer is First setup it's BIOS is programmed with what kind of hard drive, cdrom drive, memory chips, cpu, and all of the other goodies that makes your computer run. When the battery dies
all of this information gets erased and will need to be added back in, AFTER THE BATTERY IS REPLACED THAT IS!

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