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How to replace battery in acer aspire E15


E15,
hello Judy, what battery,? PCs have 2 in laptop or 3.
yours has 2, i think the BIG battery that runs it mobile
and the tiny coin cell RTC battery, inside,that lasts for 7 years.
that E15 model has many versions, so that is not a complete model number,(as most here never tell)
here is one E15 if many , (the E15 is really E5 see??????)
Acer Aspire E 15 (E5-575-33BM)
turn it over, upside down.
if there is no removable battery pack and lever latch there
that means the PC is so thin (modern) and is now deep insides
if true the bottom of the casing must be removed.
Acer does provide, service manuals like Hp and dell do (good makers)
so you get to google all day or youtube all day.
fun no? or have a shop do that but you asked, HOW?
so there you are.

here is wild guess on E5 number
https://global-download.acer.com/GDFiles/Document/User%20Manual%20W10/User%20Manual%20W10_Acer_1.0_A_A.pdf?acerid=636349268251913884&Step1=NOTEBOOK&Step2=ASPIRE&Step3=ASPIRE%20E5-575G&OS=ALL&LC=en&BC=ACER&SC=PA_6#_ga=2.177028065.595347437.1537013255-233017291.1537013255



clicks, acer, notebook, aspire, endless list so picked E5-575 my wild guess for you.
then I RTM for you. no answer there,
some E15s the battery snaps to the bottom
others not, (inside)
only the full and complete model number of the PC will tell you what battery is used, I must assume its not the easy models. (old)
that users manual does NOT cover dismantlement.
like we have here at DELL and HP
Acer has no such manual. (well not offered there)

if you youtube this you and the tubers get confused.
as knowbody knows, so many models exist and fail to say it.

Sep 14, 2018 | Acer Computers & Internet

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Aspire x1800


Setting up a password on the Acer Aspire prevents others from accessing the computer without permission.

If the user is unable to supply the correct password at startup, the computer will lock the hardware and fail to boot.

This security measure is a useful feature, but it can create serious problems if you forget the password.
Basics

The Acer Aspire stores the password in a component called the complementary metal-oxide semiconductor.

This component is integrated into a random access memory chip embedded on the motherboard. The CMOS holds data that the basic input/output systema critical software utility that controls how the computer operates at startupaccesses when the computer boots.

If the BIOS detects that a password is registered in the CMOS, it will prevent the computer from booting until the user enters the password correctly.

Depending on which model of Acer Aspire you own, you may be able to clear the CMOS manually.

Contact Acer before attempting to clear the CMOS, as opening the computer without permission could void your warranty.

Desktop Models

Some Acer Aspire desktop models come with a jumper that is used to clear the password and other settings stored on the CMOS.

This jumper is located on the motherboard and is often found next to a label such as "JBIOS1" or "CLR_CMOS." To clear the CMOS using the jumpers, turn off the computer, disconnect the power cable and remove the case cover.

Remove the jumper shunt from pin 1 and pin 2; then place the shunt on pin 2 and pin 3. Return the shunt to its initial position after 10 to 15 seconds.

If the Aspire doesn't come with a jumper to reset the CMOS, the CMOS can be reset by removing the lithium coin-cell battery instead.

Removal is accomplished by pushing down on the tab securing the battery to the motherboard and lifting the battery out of its slot.

Leave the battery out for 24 hours, and then return it to its original position with the positive sign facing up.

Laptop Models

Resetting the CMOS password on an Acer Aspire laptop is much more difficult than resetting the password on a desktop.

Disassembly steps vary from model to model, but on most models, you'll have to take apart the computer to access the CMOS battery.

Don't take apart the notebook if you don't have experience disassembling PCs.

After turning off the computer and disconnecting the AC adapter, take out the battery (different from the CMOS battery).

All visible screws must then be removed from the bottom of the notebook.

Remove all components stored to their separate compartments on the base of the notebook.
Turn over and open the PC.

Lift up the switch cover and remove the screws securing the keyboard to the PC, if any are visible.
Remove the keyboard.

Remove the screws securing the monitor to the hinges, and then set the monitor aside. Disconnect all visible cables connected to the motherboard; and then remove the screws from the top cover.

Remove the top cover to reveal the motherboard.
Locate and then remove the CMOS battery.

Leave it out of the notebook for 24 hours; then reinstall it and reassemble the Acer Aspire.

Other Options

If removing the CMOS battery fails to clear the password, or if you don't feel comfortable with the idea of opening your computer, you might be able to gain access to the computer using a backdoor password.

These special passwords were implemented to allow technicians to access locked computers. Not all models recognize backdoor passwords.

Most Acer Aspires use the Phoenix BIOS, and backdoor passwords for this BIOS include "BIOS," "CMOS," "phoenix" and "PHOENIX."

All of these passwords are case-sensitive.

May 04, 2014 | Acer Aspire Computers & Internet

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Computer was locked


Resetting the CMOS password on an Acer Aspire laptop is much more difficult than resetting the password on a desktop.
Disassembly steps vary from model to model, but on most models, you'll have to take apart the computer to access the CMOS battery.
Don't take apart the notebook if you don't have experience disassembling PCs.
After turning off the computer and disconnecting the AC adapter, take out the battery (different from the CMOS battery).
All visible screws must then be removed from the bottom of the notebook.
Remove all components stored to their separate compartments on the base of the notebook.
Turn over and open the PC. Lift up the switch cover and remove the screws securing the keyboard to the PC, if any are visible.
Remove the keyboard.
Remove the screws securing the monitor to the hinges, and then set the monitor aside.
Disconnect all visible cables connected to the motherboard; and then remove the screws from the top cover.
Remove the top cover to reveal the motherboard. Locate and then remove the CMOS battery. Leave it out of the notebook for 24 hours; then reinstall it and reassemble the Acer Aspire.
Other Options
If removing the CMOS battery fails to clear the password, or if you dont feel comfortable with the idea of opening your computer, you might be able to gain access to the computer using a backdoor password.
These special passwords were implemented to allow technicians to access locked computers. Not all models recognize backdoor passwords.
Most Acer Aspires use the Phoenix BIOS, and backdoor passwords for this BIOS include BIOS, CMOS, phoenix and PHOENIX.
All of these passwords are case-sensitive.



Apr 22, 2013 | Acer Computers & Internet

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How to unlock a computer


Is it an aspire ?
Resetting the CMOS password on an Acer Aspire laptop is much more difficult than resetting the password on a desktop.
Disassembly steps vary from model to model, but on most models, you'll have to take apart the computer to access the CMOS battery.
Don't take apart the notebook if you don't have experience disassembling PCs.
After turning off the computer and disconnecting the AC adapter, take out the battery (different from the CMOS battery).
All visible screws must then be removed from the bottom of the notebook.
Remove all components stored to their separate compartments on the base of the notebook.
Turn over and open the PC. Lift up the switch cover and remove the screws securing the keyboard to the PC, if any are visible.
Remove the keyboard.
Remove the screws securing the monitor to the hinges, and then set the monitor aside.
Disconnect all visible cables connected to the motherboard; and then remove the screws from the top cover.
Remove the top cover to reveal the motherboard. Locate and then remove the CMOS battery. Leave it out of the notebook for 24 hours; then reinstall it and reassemble the Acer Aspire.
Other Options
If removing the CMOS battery fails to clear the password, or if you dont feel comfortable with the idea of opening your computer, you might be able to gain access to the computer using a backdoor password.
These special passwords were implemented to allow technicians to access locked computers. Not all models recognize backdoor passwords.
Most Acer Aspires use the Phoenix BIOS, and backdoor passwords for this BIOS include BIOS, CMOS, phoenix and PHOENIX.
All of these passwords are case-sensitive.

Apr 22, 2013 | Acer Computers & Internet

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Removing battery acer timeline


Depends on the laptop model, some of them have a lock that you have to press, some have multiple switches.
There is two small switches on the bottom, opposite sides of the battery. One you have to toggle and the other just hold while remove the battery.(But it depends on the model...)

***If you need any kind of technical assistance you can contact support cell at http://www.vtechsquad.com/

Apr 03, 2013 | Acer Aspire TimelineX 5820T-5951 Notebook

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How to remove the bios password and the windows password


Step 1:
The Acer Aspire stores the password in a component called the complementary metal-oxide semiconductor. This component is integrated into a random access memory chip embedded on the motherboard. The CMOS holds data that the basic input/output system - a critical software utility that controls how the computer operates at startup - accesses when the computer boots. If the BIOS detects that a password is registered in the CMOS, it will prevent the computer from booting until the user enters the password correctly. Depending on which model of Acer Aspire you own, you may be able to clear the CMOS manually. Contact Acer before attempting to clear the CMOS, as opening the computer without permission could void your warranty. Desktop Models Some Acer Aspire desktop models come with a jumper that is used to clear the password and other settings stored on the CMOS. This jumper is located on the motherboard and is often found next to a label such as "JBIOS1" or "CLR_CMOS." To clear the CMOS using the jumpers, turn off the computer, disconnect the power cable and remove the case cover. Remove the jumper shunt from pin 1 and pin 2; then place the shunt on pin 2 and pin 3. Return the shunt to its initial position after 10 to 15 seconds. If the Aspire doesn't come with a jumper to reset the CMOS, the CMOS can be reset by removing the lithium coin-cell battery instead. Removal is accomplished by pushing down on the tab securing the battery to the motherboard and lifting the battery out of its slot. Leave the battery out for 24 hours, and then return it to its original position with the positive sign facing up. Laptop Models b> Resetting the CMOS password on an Acer Aspire laptop is much more difficult than resetting the password on a desktop. Disassembly steps vary from model to model, but on most models, you'll have to take apart the computer to access the CMOS battery. Don't take apart the notebook if you don't have experience disassembling PCs. After turning off the computer and disconnecting the AC adapter, take out the battery (different from the CMOS battery). All visible screws must then be removed from the bottom of the notebook. Remove all components stored to their separate compartments on the base of the notebook. Turn over and open the PC. Lift up the switch cover and remove the screws securing the keyboard to the PC, if any are visible. Remove the keyboard. Remove the screws securing the monitor to the hinges, and then set the monitor aside. Disconnect all visible cables connected to the motherboard; and then remove the screws from the top cover. Remove the top cover to reveal the motherboard. Locate and then remove the CMOS battery. Leave it out of the notebook for 24 hours; then reinstall it and reassemble the Acer Aspire. Other Options b> If removing the CMOS battery fails to clear the password, or if you don't feel comfortable with the idea of opening your computer, you might be able to gain access to the computer using a backdoor password. These special passwords were implemented to allow technicians to access locked computers. Not all models recognize backdoor passwords. Most Acer Aspires use the Phoenix BIOS, and backdoor passwords for this BIOS include "BIOS," "CMOS," "phoenix" and "PHOENIX." All of these passwords are case-sensitive.

Mar 26, 2013 | Acer Aspire One AOD257-1497 Atom N570...

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ACer battery problems


Turn the laptop over, look for the release/releases slide the releases, remove battery. You didn't supply the Model of Acer? Take a look at this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSLvaYHXsrw

Jan 11, 2013 | Acer Computers & Internet

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Can not reset clock


turn computer over you will see 3 removeable panels not sure wich panel its under so look care fully for a watch type battery make sure its not the type thats soldered in acer dont usually do this. remove battery very carfully use plastic tweezers then buy new battery, size and type on battery. any retail shop that sells battery.
then replace.
hope this helps.

Apr 26, 2010 | Acer TravelMate 5720-6635 Notebook

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How we remove battery from back of the acer laptop model no: aspire 4736z


I've included a link showing a picture of the battery location and the latch used to pop it open for removal. Click the link below to view the diagram and look at items 1 and 2, those are the battery bay and release latch. Slide the latch to one side to pop up the battery and then pull it out to remove.

Acer 4736Z Bottom Diagram

Hope this helps, don't forget to vote. Thanks

Feb 28, 2010 | Acer Aspire 4730-4947 Notebook

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How to find cmos battery in an acer laptop model 4220?


Below is the link to your service manual. The RTC battery of this particular acer is that flat battery inserted into a round socket on the motherboard. It is accessible only by removing the keyboard and palm rest.

http://tim.id.au/laptops/acer/aspire%204520%204220%204520g%204220g.pdf

Nov 12, 2009 | Acer 4220-2346 Notebook

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