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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi!Checkout the image..Its circled in red thats where you will find it..As for getting apart refer you manual..It is just unscrewing and pulling out to remove the plastic cover..
Posted on Oct 19, 2007
SOURCE: SONY VAIO CMOS BATTERY LOCATION
The CMOS battery is located under the system board, and is not accessible from under the keyboard.
The keyboard has to be removed in order to change the CMOS batter, (another reason why I don't like Sony laptops.)
Below is the batter I just pulled from a user's VGN-FS660\W
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
The cmos on the Pavilion is going to be in one of three places, and will be one of two styles of battery. The cmos style will be either a large watch type battery about the size of a nickle located in a slot on the mother board, or in a yellow or greenish pouch with two wires leading to a connector, located under a cover on the bottom of the machine, or under the keyboard.
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
You have to take the keyboard off. Gently pry the plastic strip that is between the top of the keyboard and hinges. Unscrew the (2 to 4) screws holding the keyboard down. Slide the keyboard up and out. You should see the battery with 2 wires going to the motherboard. Pull the battery connector off the board, take out the battery and wait for about 30 seconds. Replacing it is easy once you have it open.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
The CMOS battery most likely is a button battery, probably a CR2032 lithium battery. The battery could be located on the bottom of the laptop behind one of the panels or under the keyboard. There is no MOP, when you remove the battery it may default to the factory defaults (depends how long the battery has been removed) and you need to go into the BIOS setting to set the Date and Time etc.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
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