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Comment by Theocanj, posted on Apr 30, 2008The CMOS battery is the round battery on the mother board, correct? If so, I replaced it and still nothing. I guess I should try replacing the power supply now as well and perhaps both of them being new is the answer?

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Yes, if replacing the cmos battery does not solve it, then maybe the power supply also is faulty.

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