Question about ASUS Z9200 Laptop AC Power Adapter (4.3A 75Watts) by Amstron (Generic) AC Adapter
How to replace CMOS battery
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Thanks Steel Breeze!! I did exact as you suggested and it was easy. I used a Dremmal tool to cut a squre holes. You can actaully see part of the battery (CR2032) through one of the existing holes.
Posted on Jul 14, 2007
SOURCE: CMOS Checksum Bad
bios update might fix the problem http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us
if da above link doesnt work check dis alternate link but i am sure it'll work
Posted on Nov 18, 2007
i think the cmos battery is under the keyboard. if it is there should be two screws under the laptop that will have the simbol of a keyboard, remove these and take out the keyboard. hope this helps
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
SOURCE: How do I access the
If memory serves the CMOS battery for the EEe PC 1005HA is under the Palm Rest in the front.
You have to remove several screws from the bottom side of the laptop, remove the Keyboard, Static shield, then the Palm Rest.
The CMOS battery is the usual watch type of battery, but has two wire soldered to it. (Black and Red), and is placed in a blue plastic 'bag'.
At the other end of the wires is a small white male plastic connector.
This connector plugs into the motherboard.
This shows a generic 'knock-off',
THAT is utterly ridiculous.
The battery is just a small watch style type of battery, with two wires soldered to it, that end in a connector.
The battery probably costs $2.
I suggest you take the battery out. See what the part number is on it, (CR2032?), and buy a new battery.
Go to a qualified computer repair shop, or car electronic stereo shop, and have them solder the wires from the old CMOS battery to the new one.
You may not want to try the soldering procedure, because it's a lithium battery. Excessive heat will make it go off like a bomb.
Here is the disassembly procedure to access the CMOS battery. This video is posted for accessing a wireless card module, (Also Harddrive),
Posted on Dec 19, 2010
SOURCE: I replaced the cmos battery
remove the cmos battery and with a piece of conductive wire shrt negative and positive terminals for around 5 seconds then replace the cmos battery, ensure power lead is disconected, this may help
Posted on Dec 22, 2010
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