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CMOS location

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Pavilion CE1509sa
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I have a 14 inch pavilion notebook that just switched off and now shows no signs of life. The charger,battery a and charger port have all been replaced but still no change.
Charge is getting to the motherboard as some components warm up if left on for a while and the motherboard has been circuit tested without showing anything obvious, however cannot find a CMOS battery anywhere in order to remove to reset as suggested by many.

 

Anyone any idea where it is???

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@Chazlenor wrote:

.. Anyone any idea where it is???


@Chazlenor 

 

It does NOT have one. Many machines now do not have RTC (or CMOS) battery.

 

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banhien
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@Chazlenor wrote:

.. Anyone any idea where it is???


@Chazlenor 

 

It does NOT have one. Many machines now do not have RTC (or CMOS) battery.

 

Regards.

BH
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