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Elite K7SEM Cmos battery replacement problem

I've used this mobo for over 5 yrs, when bios alarmed that the battery was low, i replaced it with new one ( SONY Lithium 2032 3v). When i turn on the comp the problem still the same cmos batt low, so i need to setup my bios everytime i use my comp. is it wrong to replace the battery just like that or should i move any jumper?

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Try to verify the real battery voltage and polarity (use multimeter) or cleaning the socket contacts.

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