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One, i need to replace the bios battery and second i need to replace the power jack
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.
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Posted on Feb 06, 2009
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