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Cmos battery where is the cmos battery om a presario m2000 notebook

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I want to change my notebooks cmos battery, Can it be easily changed at home or I have to take my notebook to service centre?

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Re: cmos battery

You will have to take the laptop appart, usually it's under the keyboard. take the keyboard out and look around, you can't miss it.

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