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Acer TravelMate 2702WLMi -- CMOS Reset


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bigdave

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Does anyone have a schematic of the Acer TravelMate 2702WLMi's motherboard and knowledge of what jumper I need to switch in order to reset the CMOS? I'm pretty clueless when it comes to Laptops and although I've reset many a CMOS on many desktops, but without a manual (very hard to find online for this particular Laptop), I can't seem to find out how to do so.

EDIT: I've also posted here: http://forum.noteboo...?t=20983&page=2. On that page also is a method for opening up the Laptop to change the RAM, but it doesn't seem to allow for access to the motherboard in full and its jumpers. If anyone can help out in opening this up fully and correctly, I'd really owe you one.

Any help is appreciated folks,
Dave.

Edited by bigdave, 28 May 2006 - 07:39 PM.

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Ok, I've seen the manual now but it's still unclear on how to do a reset. Can anyone with this laptop or anyone who knows of it advise me on how I CMOS reset can be achieved? I'll still need a jumper name/number, location, and how it can be accessed (top, bottom, left, or right). Yeah, I'm a douch, but please, any help is appreciated!

Dave.
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Here you can find the manual for the TravleMate 270 series, but I couldn't find a way to reset the CMOS... You can try Acer's e-mail Support, they might be able to help you more easily.


Edit: Took to long...

Edited by Comnir, 29 May 2006 - 12:04 AM.

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