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This is a simple fix I've done this plenty of times. All you need to do if open the computer and find the flat round battery on the motherboard. When you find it take it out but be careful as it will break the battery casing very easily. Leave it out for about 20 seconds and put it back in and then turn on your computer and that should have done the trick.

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