Question about AOpen Computers & Internet
Posted by Anonymous on
If you turn the Laptop upside down (making sure that the laptop is not turned on at the time!) you will see some compartment panels that can be removed. Undo the screws to these and you will see the CMOS battery in one of them. Have a replacement battery ready to insert...remove the old battery and insert the new one. Put the cover back on and your done! Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
it is in back sdie of alptop.
You have to remove 4 screw on each side of square.
then you find motherbord chipset.
cmos cell is fixed on motherbord circuit.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
Although this question is really old I would like to answer it as I had the same problem a few days ago. This first answer from ikkenom is not really good, it is to general.
If your Aopen XCube UX45G forgets BIOS settings like time, boot order or other options it is very likely that the battery needs to be replaced. To replace the CMOS battery of the XCube UX45G you need a new CR2032 battery. The battery socket is a bit hidden. It can be found next to the IDE ports. See this image: http://www.informationsarchiv.net/uploads/image/8182/xccubeez65-25.JPG . First turn of the power chord, remove the battery as ikkenom described and insert the new battery. The positive pole (+) has to be positioned in the way that this pole can "see" the RAM slots. Turn back power chord, start the computer und reset BIOS settings.
Posted on Jun 03, 2013
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