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Queenjames616
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CMOS battery

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Pavilion 15-cs1049tx
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Does anyone know where the CMOS battery is located on the HP Pavilion model # 15-cs1049tx? My screen is black but the computer does turn on. I already tried switching the RAM, buy and installing a new RAM and that didn't solve the issue. I want to try replacing the CMOS battery since it's very cheap and if it doesn't work I won't be out of a lot money. The only issue is I cannot see the CMOS battery anywhere. If anyone has a pic of where I can find this (or any other suggestions to solve this issue) I would really appreciate it. 

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No, it does not have CMOS/RTC battery. Many machines now don't have CMOS/RTC battery.

 

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@Queenjames616 

 

No, it does not have CMOS/RTC battery. Many machines now don't have CMOS/RTC battery.

 

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