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If you are dealing with an older laptop whereyour laptop has a dead CMOS battery and the OEM no longer sells new CMOS batteries and(and aftermarket ones are hard to come by,find), it is possible to take the dead battery apart and replace the cell to make theso your laptop holdholds the CMOS contents again. ''''' Note: This procedure is only recommended for older notebooks. If replacements are readily available, it's better to buy a pre assembledpre-assembled battery. This approach is error proneerror-prone unless you can get this right without error.''''' [ … ] '''''Guide notes:''''' * The cell does not need to be 100% covered. However, everything you can get to must be protected. * Laptop disassemblyDisassembly of your laptop is not covered. Every'''''Every laptop will vary,is different, so research the disassembly procedure for your specific laptop before removing the dead battery.laptop.''''' * '''''This guide ONLY applies to coin cell systems;rebuilds. Do not anyuse this guide for other type. If your battery is different, do not reference this guide.'''''style batteries.''''' * When adding tape to the cell, make sure you do not create a direct short. To avoid this, place the tabs slightly higher thenthan the factory placement and cut the tape sorter then needed. * '''''DO NOT use normal electrical tape. It is best to use'''''Use liquid electrical tape to protect the cell. This can also be removed in the eventif you need to try rebuildingget the battery again.'''''procedure wrong.'''''
If you are dealing with an older laptop whereyour laptop has a dead CMOS battery and the OEM no longer sells new CMOS batteries and(and aftermarket ones are hard to come by,find), it is possible to take the dead battery apart and replace the cell to make theso your laptop holdholds the CMOS contents again. ''''' Note: This procedure is only recommended for older notebooks. If replacements are readily available, it's better to buy a pre assembledpre-assembled battery. This approach is error proneerror-prone unless you can get this right without error.''''' [ … ] '''''Guide notes:''''' * The cell does not need to be 100% covered. However, everything you can get to must be protected. * Laptop disassemblyDisassembly of your laptop is not covered. Every'''''Every laptop will vary,is different, so research the disassembly procedure for your specific laptop before removing the dead battery.laptop.''''' * '''''This guide ONLY applies to coin cell systems;rebuilds. Do not anyuse this guide for other type. If your battery is different, do not reference this guide.'''''style batteries.''''' * When adding tape to the cell, make sure you do not create a direct short. To avoid this, place the tabs slightly higher thenthan the factory placement and cut the tape sorter then needed. * '''''DO NOT use normal electrical tape. It is best to use'''''Use liquid electrical tape to protect the cell. This can also be removed in the eventif you need to try rebuildingget the battery again.'''''procedure wrong.'''''