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Hello, I need help on resetting the admin pw. I am not able to find were the cmos battery is located. This is a Dell Latitude D430. Can you help me please?

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You can get details here: http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/latd430/en/index.htm You need to remove the keyboard which is a bit fiddly but not too hard.

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