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I GET THE NOTIFICATION THAT SYSTEM BATTERY VOLTAGE IS LOW AND THEN THE SYSTEM GOES OFF AND WILL NOT POWER AGAIN

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The only battery I know that is in a desktop is the bios battery, located on the mainboard/motherboard and is a little round silver battery about 1 inch (25mm) in diameter carefully remove this and replace with a new one. You may have to reset any bios settings you had, like the time and date but if you don't know what other setting were then when you switch on to access the bios you tap the "del" key or it could be "F2" on some machines, it is normally displayed in the bottom of the screen when you boot which key it is, just keep tapping it until you get the bios settings, once you get into to bios select the "restore to default" setting. It is possible you wont have to alter anything and if you replace the battery quick enough it will hold your original settings, so a quick tip is to get the number off the battery and get a replacement before you remove the old one. The other thing that could cause your problem is that your power supply is faulty, but go for the cheaper option before you go buying a new supply. As a last thought, I don't suppose you are using a UPS (uninterrupted power supply)? I don't think this would cause the problem but if you are remove it and go direct just to try it.

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