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as much as i want to help you, there is too many cables inside a computer and i dont know which one your referring. as you said everything is unplugged we can make it work but that is complex discussion to start with
if you mean the bios battery that saves your clock information, that is located on the motherboard by pushing the click located on the side you will be able to release the battery, they are mostly the type CR2032, check the size before buying...
My suggestion would be to open the case and unplug everything and then plug it all back in again. To test individual components, unplug everything but the CPU, memory, and video card to see if it starts. Then one by one, plug the other stuff in and try starting again.
Sounds like you have a hard drive failure. Get your recovery disk out if you have one, install a new drive and reinstall. If you had not backed up your data you may be too late. There are services but they are expensive.
Most netgear adapters will work. They're around £20 and will connect to pretty much everything =) They work on windows, from 98 i think. So aslong as the old tower has a sort-of up to date OS then it'll connect for you :)
try to start the computer and right after that press the delete key several times as it try's see if u can get into the system bios if so change everything to a default level make sure you pres the f10 to save all info and try to reboot if this doesnot work please let me know good luck
Ouch! The answer to your question is yes. The hard drive inside the tower has all your information on it (regardless of the condition of the rest of the PC) and can be transferred to another computer by making it a 'slave' drive. Then the computer's main HD (also called 'master' hard drive) can usually read from it. Rest assured, your data is still there.