Question about Computers & Internet
Turn off the computer and unplug it. Wait 60 seconds. Remove the pc case (Should be the left panel if you are facing the pc, there should be two screws on the back. The panel slides back and then off.) On the motherboard (the largest circuit board, mounted on the case itself) there should be a small silver lithium battery. Using a coin or screwdriver, remove the battery. Wait 30-60 minutes and then re-insert the battery. Plug the computer back in, and boot. The problem should be solved. Please remember to vote for me if you like my solution.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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