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Toshiba satellite 1410

On start up i get this error:
RTC batery is low or CMOS checksum is inconsistant****
press F1 key to set date/time

i can't seem to access the bios to reset

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This is the REAL TIME CLOCK power supply inside your laptop.It maintains the system configuration and clock/calendar. Do not try to replace this yourself unless you are experienced,you could lose everything on the system and worse still these batteries can explode!! Connect the AC adaptor and let it charge for at least 24hrs. Press F2 to enter the bios. Set correct time and date If it Persists take it to a dealer to be replaced

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