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How*Read guide note* How to rebuild a laptop CMOS battery
How*Read guide note* How to rebuild a laptop CMOS battery
Introduction
If your laptop has a dead CMOS battery and the OEM no longer sells new CMOS batteries (and aftermarket ones are hard to find), it is possible to take the dead battery apart and replace the cell so your laptop holds the CMOS contents again. [ … ] '''''Note: This procedure is only recommended for older notebooks.notebooks which replacements aren’t commonplace or no longer readily available. If a replacement with leads is available, it's better to buy a pre-assembled battery. This approach is somewhat error-prone.'''''error-prone, and can create the same issue if the tape fails.''''' [ … ] '''''Guide notes:''''' [ … ] * The cell does not need to be 100% covered. However, every visible area of the cell must be protected. '''''Liquid electrical tape is used to do this since it can be removed if something goes wrong.''''' * Laptop disassembly is not covered. '''''Every laptop is different, so research the disassembly procedure specific to yours.''''' * '''''This guide ONLY applies to coin cell rebuilds. Do not use this guide for other style batteries.''''' * '''''When adding tape to the cell, do not create a direct short.''''' To avoid this, place the tabs slightly higher than the factory and cut the tape sorter then you need.
If your laptop has a dead CMOS battery and the OEM no longer sells new CMOS batteries (and aftermarket ones are hard to find), it is possible to take the dead battery apart and replace the cell so your laptop holds the CMOS contents again. [ … ] '''''Note: This procedure is only recommended for older notebooks.notebooks which replacements aren’t commonplace or no longer readily available. If a replacement with leads is available, it's better to buy a pre-assembled battery. This approach is somewhat error-prone.'''''error-prone, and can create the same issue if the tape fails.''''' [ … ] '''''Guide notes:''''' [ … ] * The cell does not need to be 100% covered. However, every visible area of the cell must be protected. '''''Liquid electrical tape is used to do this since it can be removed if something goes wrong.''''' * Laptop disassembly is not covered. '''''Every laptop is different, so research the disassembly procedure specific to yours.''''' * '''''This guide ONLY applies to coin cell rebuilds. Do not use this guide for other style batteries.''''' * '''''When adding tape to the cell, do not create a direct short.''''' To avoid this, place the tabs slightly higher than the factory and cut the tape sorter then you need.

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  • CR2025 coin cell x1 Second most common - can also be used if a CR2032 substitute is not available. However, your "rebuilt" cell will need a new rebuild sooner. added.
  • CR 2016 3V Lithium Batteries x1 Less common then the CR2032, but still frequently used. NOT RECOMMENDED to substitute a CR2025/2032. added.
  • CR2025 coin cell x1 removed.
  • CR 2016 3V Lithium Batteries x1 Less common then the CR2032, but still frequently used. removed.