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There should be a few screws at the back of the case, undo them all and take them out, pull the case top off, if you kneel down with front faceing you pull from the back and up towards you.
Inside you will see the mother with all the cables attached to it, just to the bottom left of the processor fan and behind the pci (white) slot you will see the battery, it is round and silver, to take it out there is a liitle clip holding it in place, push the little clip backwards and the battery will come out. The battery is a 3volt lithium battery, if you take it to your local pc store they will be able to sell you one. Put it in with the writing facing you, you will notice that the bottom of the battery is slightly thiner than the top. Put the case back on the opersite way you took it off and tighten all the screws. By the way you will need a philipes screw driver in order to take the cover off. hope this is some help.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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The CMOS battery you need is a CR2032 3V battery. You can get them from places like Radioshack, PC World or any good computer store.
Click on the link that I have provided below, it takes you through to Radioshack where you will see the battery for yourself>>>>>
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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