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CMOS batteries are usually easy to replace. Unplug the machine, Open up the case and look for the battery shaped like a quarter. It has one "clip" holding it in place. Bring it to CVS or someplace that sell watch batteries and replace it with the same voltage. Replace the cover plug it in and turn it on.
Posted on Oct 10, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Apr 23, 2009
hi-- no need to take out keyboard turn over laptop and take out main battery, underneath is the cmoss battery in a yellow sleeve, it is in a black square surround with one small screw holding it in place, take out this screw and with a tiny screw driver manouvre the plastic square holding the cmoss battery out of the recess and than holding this square gentlly but firmly pull the cmoss out.beleive me it will come out, to replace just do everthing in reverse with a new cmoss battery in place.eyeball the aperture for the white connector of the cmoss and you will replace the battery.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
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