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I change batteries and the sign "Low battery" remain there

I change the batteries HP49g+ all of them, including the back up but the sign "Low battery" always keep on. Every time I turn on the calculator the sign is there. I don't want to make a Hard reset since I would lose all the programs.

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  • samurijder Feb 10, 2009

    Low battery (s) keeps appearing when powering on. Replacing the backup battery didn't solve this problem.


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If you do not want to lose your programs, move them to an SD Card, and perform a reset. Maybe the problem will be solved.Then you can transfer the programs to theit directory.

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