Question about Dell Computers & Internet
The CMOS/BIOS battery has died and needs replacing.
The battery is located on the motherboard inside the case of the computer.
To replace the battery you'll have to open the case up and replace the battery. It looks like this >>>
Once you have replaced this battery and restarted your computer you will need to access the BIOS to set the date, time and also tell the computers BIOS that the floppy drive is not there and to set the boot order of the computer.
Once you have done all this you should not get that message again for a good few years.
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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