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Battery replacement Hi Howard, Thank you for your help. I am used to change the batteries of my computers. However on this motherboard Aopen VKM400Am-S, I cannot find any battery. The only metallic disc about the size of a battery is a part of a square chip. The following reference is written on this round element : VIA vt8237 0416CD CHINA 2IA29F2600 Obviously it is not a battery. Is it possible certain motherboards do not have any battery ? Hoping your answer, Regards Alain

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  • alain251 Dec 01, 2008

    Great ! Then can you please give me the link where you found the manual with the photo, so that we can talk about the same image.
    Thank you.

  • alain251 Dec 02, 2008

    The link did not work, even when copying and pasting in my browser. I can even not have access to the index directory of this website.

    Now I found where the battery was. It was vertically positionned at the edge of the motherboard, hiden under the hard disk.

    Thank you for your help


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Ftp://ftp.aopen.ru/pub/eig/mb/vkm400ams/vkm400ams-eg-e.pdf

I found the motherboard manual on the net.This photo clearly shows the battery

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  • Howard Lester Dec 01, 2008

    Did the link work for you? It didn't for me. I had to copy and paste it into into my browser from here. Just FYI

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