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HP 24-G014 All-In-One
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Does the 24-G014 all-in-one have an onboard battery? I can't find any mention of this in HP product manuals. Thanks!!

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I was able to find another document that displayed the motherboard used for my all-in-one, and it clearly showed that a CMOS battery is present (CR2032). The comments indicated that the battery doesn't (normally) need to be replaced in the usual span of years that a user has this device, because it can last as long as 5-10 years. You only have to be concerned with replacing the battery if the device starts throwing CMOS CHECKSUM errors, or has other errors displaying that might indicate an issue with the onboard system clock, etc. 

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I was able to find another document that displayed the motherboard used for my all-in-one, and it clearly showed that a CMOS battery is present (CR2032). The comments indicated that the battery doesn't (normally) need to be replaced in the usual span of years that a user has this device, because it can last as long as 5-10 years. You only have to be concerned with replacing the battery if the device starts throwing CMOS CHECKSUM errors, or has other errors displaying that might indicate an issue with the onboard system clock, etc. 

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