Question about Computers & Internet
Posted by Anonymous on
All you need to do is to try and get a screw-driver,then you would loose your laptop and try to locate the round watch-type battery,if there is a small metal tab on the edge of the battery then you would carefully move it with a nail or a flathead screwdriver to pop the battery out.
Keep the battery for about 5-10 minutesthen put the battery back in with the right side facing up and close the case back.Reconnect all wires to the pc and turn it back on and it would go straight to windows.
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