WHERE AND HOW TO FIND CMOS BATTERY ON INTEL D945GNT MOTHERBOARD
I M GETTING THE MESSAGE ABOUT BATTERY FAILURE BEFORE BOOTING OF MY DESKTOP. ANYWAY THE COMPUTER GETS BOOTED. I WANT TO REPLACE THE BATTERY. WHERE IS IT LOCATED ON MOTHERBOARD TO REPLACE IT. HOW TO REMOVE THE BATTERY AND PUT THE NEW ONE.
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i just want to inform you that CMOS battery failure is not a big deal
you just need to replace CMOS battery from the motherboard
CMOS battery is responsible for date and time management in you PC
also it gives a refrence point in time and space when booting
so if you are a serious programmer you may change it immidiately
and if you are a normal user and you are least bothered with system time and date then
you may keep ignoring this message.
I would reset the CMOS. This is done by removing that CMOS battery. Also, find the jumper that says "J-21" and move it to the alternative position. The jumper is located on the motherboard. Boot up without that battery in , and choose "Reset" that should clear out the junk. Also, replace the battery. Go to www.intel.com and look for a "bios update" the DG is a value board. a huge value board and one of Intel's bummer boards. Update the firmware. Once you do that, you should be good to go.