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Cmos battery is shot. Need directions on how to disasemble the computer.

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SOURCE: will a laptop work without the cmos battery?

Typically, the solder points on motherboard components are so small that only robots and people with mad skillz and small hands can solder the components onto the motherboard without shorting something out or overheating another adjacent, small component. As to whether the mobo should work without the battery bracket or not, that would likely vary from motherboard to motherboard, and no, it NOT something that is likely to be covered in the motherboard users manual. Only the designers of the motherboard would likely know the answer to that question, and they might not know for sure without trying it (they probably never thought to wonder on that question). It's definitely not *designed* to run without that bracket on there, but you may get lucky and it may work without it. But you probably just ruined your motherboard. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

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How to reset bios on compaq v2000 laptop


Remove A Cmos Battery From A Compaq V2000 Laptop

The Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) in a computer is responsible for storing hardware settings and time on your computer. The CMOS is powered by a small battery and is able to store information whether your computer is turned on or off. While the standard CMOS battery lasts for up to ten years, you may need to replace your CMOS sooner than that. If you password your BIOS and forget the password or need to reset your configuration back to the default, you can remove the CMOS and re-insert or replace it.

Instructions
1. Unplug the computer from the wall outlet and unplug the AC adapter from the computer.

2. Turn your Compaq Presario V2000 face down and slide the battery release latch to the left to disengage the battery from its position. Remove the battery.

3. Unscrew the screws over the hard drive cover, which is located in the lower right corner of the laptop if your laptop is placed with the battery away from you. Lift the hard drive tab, located on the left side of the hard drive, and slide the hard drive to the left to remove it from the computer.

4. Unscrew the single screw located directly under the optical CD/DVD drive. Insert a very thin item, such as a paper clip or pin, into the hole located on the optical drive to open it. Slide your optical drive out of its tray to remove it.

5. Remove the two screws located on the switch cover, which is directly under the battery. Turn the computer right-side up and open it as wide as it will go. Use a flat tipped screwdriver to lift up the switch cover that is directly above the "F1," "F5," "F11" and "Insert" keys.

6. Unscrew the four screws that hold the keyboard in place. These screws are are located in the upper right corner of the computer under the switch cover that you just removed. Lift the keyboard up and slide it forward until it rests on the palm rest. Unplug the zif connector, which is located directly above the palm rest, to disconnect the keyboard. Lift the keyboard up and out of the laptop.

7. Turn the computer upside down again and remove the memory modules by unscrewing the two screws over the memory compartment located directly below the battery slot. Unclip the two clips located on each side of the memory module to release it from its slot and slide it out of the computer.

8. Unscrew the two screws on the PCI cover directly beneath the memory module. Disconnect the two wireless antennas above the card. Spread the two clips securing the mini PCI card into place and lift the card up and out at a 45-degree angle away from you.

9. Flip the laptop back up on its right side and disconnect the display cable located in the upper left corner above the keyboard area underneath the switch cover you removed earlier. Then remove the two pieces of tape in the upper right corner that hold the wireless antenna in place. Remove the two clips located beneath the tape pieces. Unscrew the two screws on the upper left corner and the two in the upper right corner that hold the display into place. Remove the display assembly.

10. Turn the computer back upside down and remove the remaining 19 screws. Lift the base enclosure straight up out of its place.

11. Locate the CMOS battery, a small circular object, and lift it up out of its place. Leave it out for five minutes and reinsert it to reset your settings. Re-assemble the computer without the battery and plug it into the wall.
Remove Cmos Battery From Compaq V2000 Laptop

Jul 02, 2014 | HP Compaq Presario V2000 Notebook

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CMOS Checksum error


<b>Issue:</b><br /> CMOS Checksum Bad or CMOS Date/Time Not Set<br /> <br /> <img src="matrix12_1.jpg" /> <br /> <br /> <b>Cause:</b><br /> This issue is caused when the CMOS values are incorrect. This issue can occur because of any of the below possibilities.<br /> * Bad or old CMOS battery. <br /> * BIOS update<br /> <br /> <b>Workaround 1:</b><br /> 1. Disconnecting power from computer without shutting down computer.<br /> 2. Attempt to reboot the computer. If error still occurs after rebooting the computer enter CMOS setup and check all values, this includes verifying the time and date are correct. Once everything has been verified and/or changed make sure you save and exit CMOS setup. <br /> 3. If you have a Phoenix BIOS and have an option for 'Reset Configuration Data', set this value to 'Yes' and save and exit the CMOS. <br /> <p>4. If the computer was had the power disconnected while it was still running it is possible this could cause the CMOS to become corrupt. Ensure that the computer is ready to be shut off before turning off the computer. If you have a laptop computer ensure that the battery is charged before disconnecting the power connection. <br /> 5. If the CMOS values have become corrupted entering the values in CMOS setup and saving and exiting CMOS should resolve your issues.<br /> <p><b>Note:</b> If this issue continues to occur after you turn off your computer off it is possible that the CMOS battery may be failing or already bad. Before considering replacing the CMOS battery try leaving your computer on for several days. <br /> <b>Workaround 2:</b><br /> <p>If you performed workaround 1 and the error occurs again after a complete power down (i..e. removing the power cord), the CMOS battery is likely bad. Most systems use a small coin style lithium battery. These often last 3-6 years, but at some point run out of juice and need to be replaced. For desktops, your system manual or motherboard manual should specify the type of battery and location on the motherboard. For laptops, it is often very difficult to access and may require a professional to replace it. To replace the battery on a desktop system:<br /> 1. Turn off the system and remove the power plug.<br /> 2. Remove the case or side panel to access the motherboard. <br /> 3. Look for a round silver coin cell, typically in a black holder.<br /> <br /> <br /> <img src="matrix12_0.jpg" /> <br /> 4. Remove the battery while noting which way the battery is located. You may need a small flat screwdriver to release the side clip. <br /> 5. Install the replacement battery with the same battery type, being careful to insert it in the same direction as the removed battery (or using the polarity marked on the holder or manual). <br /> 6. Reassemble the case and power. <br /> 7. Turn on the power. You will get the CMOS Checksum Bad error once more, but it should be the last time. Go into the BIOS setup and set the date and time, and any other options you prefer.<br /> <br /> <br /> Hope this will help...Your response is very much appreciated...

on Jan 24, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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CMOS Checksum error


Issue:
CMOS Checksum Bad or CMOS Date/Time Not Set


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Cause:
This issue is caused when the CMOS values are incorrect. This issue can occur because of any of the below possibilities.
* Bad or old CMOS battery.
* BIOS update.

Workaround 1:
1. Disconnecting power from computer without shutting down computer.
2. Attempt to reboot the computer. If error still occurs after rebooting the computer enter CMOS setup and check all values, this includes verifying the time and date are correct. Once everything has been verified and/or changed make sure you save and exit CMOS setup.
3. If you have a Phoenix BIOS and have an option for 'Reset Configuration Data', set this value to 'Yes' and save and exit the CMOS.
4. If the computer was had the power disconnected while it was still running it is possible this could cause the CMOS to become corrupt. Ensure that the computer is ready to be shut off before turning off the computer. If you have a laptop computer ensure that the battery is charged before disconnecting the power connection.
5. If the CMOS values have become corrupted entering the values in CMOS setup and saving and exiting CMOS should resolve your issues.
Note: If this issue continues to occur after you turn off your computer off it is possible that the CMOS battery may be failing or already bad. Before considering replacing the CMOS battery try leaving your computer on for several days.
Workaround 2:
If you performed workaround 1 and the error occurs again after a complete power down (i..e. removing the power cord), the CMOS battery is likely bad. Most systems use a small coin style lithium battery. These often last 3-6 years, but at some point run out of juice and need to be replaced. For desktops, your system manual or motherboard manual should specify the type of battery and location on the motherboard. For laptops, it is often very difficult to access and may require a professional to replace it. To replace the battery on a desktop system:
1. Turn off the system and remove the power plug.
2. Remove the case or side panel to access the motherboard.
3. Look for a round silver coin cell, typically in a black holder.


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4. Remove the battery while noting which way the battery is located. You may need a small flat screwdriver to release the side clip.
5. Install the replacement battery with the same battery type, being careful to insert it in the same direction as the removed battery (or using the polarity marked on the holder or manual).
6. Reassemble the case and power.
7. Turn on the power. You will get the CMOS Checksum Bad error once more, but it should be the last time. Go into the BIOS setup and set the date and time, and any other options you prefer.

on May 30, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Wht does the cmos look like on a nv7802 gateway


Hi,
I can not direct you to a specific place of that MB ,but
that would be a small chip soldered directly to the MB. and is not usually replaceable. however the cmos (small round silver)battery would be. and if you feel cmos is a problem then flashing the bios would reset the cmos chip.
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May 30, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Cmos battery


Replace an Acer Extensa CMOS Battery
CMOS batteries allow you to store basic settings on your laptop.
If you notice certain features on your computer do not operate correctly, such as the computer clock, you may have to replace your CMOS battery.
This battery sits on the interior portion of your machine and measures about the size of a dime.
If you have a screw driver and know how to work with your hands, you can replace the CMOS battery on your Acer Extensa computer.

Open the screen of your laptop until you can view your keyboard clearly.
Find the bar that consists of plastic on the upper portion of your keyboard.
Place your screwdriver on one end of this bar and slowly ease it up until you can grab its edge with your finger.


Pull the opposite side of the bar in the upward direction with your screwdriver.
Then, ease out the whole bar.

Take out the screws on the side portion of your keyboard.
Pull your laptop keyboard upward and put it on a soft surface such as a bed or pillow.

Take out the four screws from the steel plate, which covers the motherboard of your computer, and take off this plate.
This allows you to view the CMOS battery, which sits on the lower right portion of your motherboard.

Pull the CMOS battery up from the motherboard and take it off.
Insert a new CMOS battery, which you can buy at a local computer store.
Put the parts of your computer back in the same manner as you took them off.


http://www.insidemylaptop.com/replace-keyboard-acer-aspire-3600-3610-3620-3630-3640-3660-3680-laptop/

May 26, 2013 | Acer Extensa 5620-4020 Notebook

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What is the correct battery for the BIOS memory for a Gateway model 4025GZ notebook ?


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Method.

When your Gateway computer is switched off, it still keeps track of various system information such as the date and time, thanks to a small battery that never powers off. The size and thickness of a dime, the CMOS battery can run out and need to be replaced. You can swap out a dead CMOS battery with a new one by removing the Gateway computer's side access panel.

Difficulty: Moderate
Instructions Things You'll Need:

  • Phillips-head screwdriver

  • CMOS battery replacement

  1. 1

    Shut down the computer. Remove the power cable from the back of the computer case. Disconnect the cables for the monitor, mouse, keyboard, and printer.

  2. 2

    Set the computer case over on its side. Use the Phillips-head screwdriver to remove the two case screws at the far left end of the case.

  3. 3

    Slide the side access panel to the left and remove it from the computer case. Find the CMOS battery port, which will be located to the lower left of the processor in most Gateway computer models.

  4. 4

    Lift up the plastic clip holding the CMOS battery in place. Slide a fingernail under one side of the battery and lift it off the motherboard port.

  5. 5

    Check the orientation of the new battery and compare it to the CMOS motherboard port. Push the new battery into place in the same direction that the old battery was facing. Push down the plastic clip.

  6. 6

    Set the side access panel back onto the Gateway computer case and reattach the case screws. Plug in the Gateway computer and power it on.




Jan 01, 2011 | Gateway 4025GZ Notebook

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I bought 2 MPC Transport X1000 and is BIOS/CMOS locked. I disasembled and unplug the 2 mini batteries and let them unpluged for 24 hrs , I assmbled back and still asking for the password... The IT guys in...


Yes they are right. There is NO way that it can be fixed OTHER than returning it to the manufacturers or agent. They have proprietory Software Challenge Codes and this will do the job. However they charge for this usually around $125. Also one must provide proof of purchace and ownership.

Jan 21, 2010 | MPC Computers TransPort X1000 Notebook

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Cllock does'nt time when shut down ?


Most probably your CMOS battery needs replacing.

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Need to reset Asus k7v bios


Yes, if you consult your motherboard manual this will show you the location of the cmos battery and reset jumpers. You can either move the jumpers from pins 1+2 to 2+3 and then back again after a few seconds or remove the cmos battery for a few seconds. Make sure your pc is off!

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Problem with ma ibm thickpad


loose the back of yr ibm if u cant find the cmos battery then u might need to disasemble the whole system carefully under the key board i think thats where th cmos battery will be.
Note removing cmos battery in some systems dont clear cmos password u have to do some additional work to remove yr password. for the battery prob try using a diff battery to be sure what ur prob is.
thank u

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