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Most probably the CMOS battery is already damaged. it is the same battery like the watches is using. It's much better to bring your laptop to the nearest local computer technician, they need to unscrew your laptop to replace the battery.

hope that helps.. thanks..

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Change the CMOS battery.

If you had taken the time to post the computer manufacturer name, and model number; I would know what motherboard we're dealing with, and what type of CMOS battery it uses.

Generally the battery is a CR2032.
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If your system is still not holding the date and time after changing out the CMOS battery, then ther is what is called a "cold" solder joint on the motherboard thjat might work, as you mentioned, after the system is warm.
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