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When not on battery power, my time and date are incorrect and the startup screen is black BIOS requesting me to adjust the time. after i do, and hit F10 key, windows opens normally. I think the CMOS battery needs replaced. Where is it located in my netbook???

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By your description you need to replace the c-mos battery on the motherboard, it provides the power to the bios chip so the date and time are not lost. I recommend a technician because the unit must be dis-assembled to access the battery for replacement. This problem occurs every time you start up the computer, making you correct the time and date every time it is turned on.

Posted on Mar 13, 2011

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