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*open the cover of you laptop, *remove the cmos 3v baterry. *remove the main battery *push the power button for 10 sec. *wait for 5 to 15 minutes *put back the cmos battery and connect the main battery turn on your computer and enter to cmos setup
In my experience, almost all CMOS batteries are the same 3v CR2032 type batteries. Look on the battery itself, it should say how many volts and what model number it is. Take this part number and voltage and you should be able to find a matching battery at Radioshack or somewhere similar.
you do need to take off the back cover and top. heres the tricky part you also need to remove the keyboard BE CAREFUL its a really small ribbon cable thats hard as heck to stick back into place. anyway the battery specs are ml1220 3v battery standard cmos battery made by maxwell and many others just make sure its the 1220 size with 3v
On your motherboard you have what is called a CMOS battery(usually a-3V Lithium cell).It is what keeps your CMOS data and your clock intact when your pc is powered down. It has got a life span of about 3 years. So I suggest that yours should be replaced ok. If you cannot open your system unit to locate this battery, do call a technician. It's simply and straight forward. Good luck
hi there, if you need to replace the battery hun, the best places to check would be the internet on ebay possibly, or lookup laptop batteries with your model number, most places will not have a problem shipping to you, and usually have a single charge or a 1 time shipping charge no matter how much you buy, it is just a matter of comparing rates and if you want a warrenty, and try hp website, that will be good if your unsure about where to go, cuz if anything happens durring shipping the companay will replace it, another thing you can check is hp websites to find a legite representative for the company....thats about all i can help you with.....good luck hun and hope this helps you....shia
The BIOS battery is on your motherboard. It looks like a watch battery. Easy to identify and remove. The power jack, while you have your case open look to see if your jack you are talking about is souldered to your motherboard or is a card. Let me know. Score this solution with 3 stars so we can continue.