Introducción

This guide will help you to replace your CMOS battery; sized similarly to a watch battery, this powers the laptop's real-time clock, and when it fails your computer may have difficulty 'remembering' its hardware settings, causing issues with day-to-day use.

  1. Remove the eight 6 mm screws using a Phillips #0 screwdriver.
    • Remove the eight 6 mm screws using a Phillips #0 screwdriver.

    • Remove the two 11 mm screws using a Phillips #0 screwdriver.

  2. Pry the back cover off by inserting the plastic opening tool at the hinges and wedging it between the Back cover and the body.
    • Pry the back cover off by inserting the plastic opening tool at the hinges and wedging it between the Back cover and the body.

    • Follow along the back edge with the plastic opening tool, lifting the cover off. It is normal to hear snapping/clicking sounds as the back cover is held on by clips.

    • Using the JIS #0 screwdriver unscrew the three battery screws.

    • Lift up the battery from the long, bottom edge.

    • Remove the battery from the laptop and place it nearby.

    • Remove the red and black annotated cable, pulling white head out of black port as indicated.

    • Ply the CMOS battery off with your finger.

    • The battery is attached to the computer by adhesive, but should come off by pulling with fingers; plying tool should not be necessary.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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