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LOOK UNDER NIETH THE FEET OF THE COMPUTER AND YOU MAY FIND SOME SCREW SLOTS, OR A MANUFACTURE LABEL IS PLACED OVER A SCREW HOLE TO KEEP PEOPLE OUT OF THE COMPUTER.
LOOK IN THE HARD DRIVE, BATTERY AREA, COOLING FAN AREA FOR EXTRA SCREWS,
THEY ARE SNEAKY WHERE THEY HIDE THE SCREW HOLES AT
LAST BUT THEY MAYBE SNAPPED TOGETHER AAND VERY HARD TO TAKE APART.
My best suggestion, is to remove the CD Drive, Battery, and Hard Drive. THen undo all of the screws on the back panel. There is no easy access panel to do this, you have to remove the entire back panel. once you have the back cover off, it should be pretty easy to replace the battery.
can you get into the bios and check that all settings are at default, just to check a few things, also check time and date see if they are incorrect, although sounds like a mobo fault, not worth buying another board, messy project in a laptop.