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Location cmos battery fujitsu siemens amilo pro V2000

Hello there,

I need to replace my cmos battery on my laptop, but I have no clue where that small battery would be situated. Already I tried to look it up on the internet but I can't find any suitable answers.

Can anyone please help me?

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    Terje Indgjerd Feb 04, 2016

    The cmos battery is under the keyboard - NOT back side. Take out he main battery on the back first. Losen the hinged part by the keyboard with a tiny screwdriver or knife starting at the "insert" key. Continue along to the "F1" key. Then lift up just the keybord about at key "F7" and push it a bit forward. The battery is about under the "E" key. I just did it. No main password requierd.

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Remove main cover on reverse - there will be a small (2cm) flat battery 'probably under some electrical tape' - good luck

Posted on Aug 13, 2008

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    splokmijny Jan 13, 2013

    do not remove the main cover on reverse , wrong instructions .........i have just removed my cmos battery ...remove clip cover that covers the speakers and were the on button is , be careful as there are 2 small wires attached , now carefully remove the key board , it just clips in on at the sides , watch out for the cable attached . the cmos battery is to the left , it will be round , blue and is attached by a red and black cable , give it a gentle pull as it is only stuck down with a bit of black sticky tab ......

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The cmos battery is under the keyboard - NOT back side. Take out he main battery on the back first. Losen the hinged part by the keyboard with a tiny screwdriver or knife starting at the "insert" key. Continue along to the "F1" key. Then lift up just the keybord about at key "F7" and push it a bit forward. The battery is about under the "E" key. I just did it. No main password requierd.
Found this picture on a polish website.
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Posted on Feb 04, 2016

I removed the cmos battery and left it out for about 10 mins, now im getting a message that i need to type the master password in before i do anything.

i rang fujitsu and they said that it will cost me €150 for the password. bewarned

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

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