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How do I remove a CMOS battery from a Easynote R1935?

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  • sjoh7 Dec 22, 2008

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    My problem is that I have removed the keyboard, the metal cover under that (don't know the name of that, sorry) and still cannot see any battery. Under the metal thing there is another cover but after taking the screws out it doesn't appear to want to move. The only componet I have seen so far is the fan! Everything else is still covered.



    The Laptop belonged to my father who passed away recently and we (my family) have been unable to bypass the BIOS/Bootup passwood. I have removed the hard drive so I know I can get any data off it. To do this I would need to buy something to plug the hard drive into which I would like to avoid.



    Thanks.

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Hello! the CMOS is a stack whose is under de keyboard! Many computers give to remove the keyboard.
For this, there is usually some caps underneath the computer where are the memories and graphics card and also indicates the screws you should take to loosen the keyboard.
Otherwise the result attempts to disassemble the top of the computer where you have the buttons and turn off the sound

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