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How can I get at the motherboard to remove the CMOS battery, or the JBAT1 plugs?

I am a novice with computers, so I know absolutely no terminology or anything. How can I get at the motherboard to remove the CMOS battery, or move the JBAT1 plugs? Will this erase the data on my computer? Pictures would be nice, but a vivid description will do. Thanks in advance.

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This will take you to the posting referenced by sandrew: http://www.fixya.com/support/t129319-laptop_freezes_during_startup_before

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See other post about warranty, do not touch any components

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