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Want to know type of BIOS battery

Hey all..can anybody tell me what type or model for BIOS Battery that are suitable for my laptop HP COMPAQ PRESARIO M2000 SERIES??

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Replace with ML1220
Link to service manual
page 139 of 239 or 5-39 and 5-40 (chapter 5 page 39 and 40)

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