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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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http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/latc600/sm_html/index.htm

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http://www.zlectronic.com/product/RTC-CMOS-Battery-3U490-For-Dell-Latitude-C600-C500-D400.html

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Your should test your PSU also. It doesn't mean that when the power is present and all of your system fans is moving is that your power supply is OK. If your PSU is a generic one i will give a second thought that you should test your PSU in another working unit or if you simply have a multitester you can check the terminals while the system is on and could get readings accurately without any drop in voltages.

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