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At do I do??? I have an inspiron 530 S and when I turn it on, no output at all comes out and all I hear from the computer is all the fans on nonstop and a DEET noise going stadaly five times then a pause and the five times again!

This is my main computer and I would like to keep the memory intact.
Please help me!!!
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here are the beep code webpage for your computer

http://support.dell....e.htm#wp1085300

For 5 beeps they say: Real time clock failure. Possible battery failure or motherboard failure.

Hopefully all you will have to do is replace your battery.
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This is what you are looking for on the motherboard.
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Thank u so much I'll see what I can do and post in a day or two to see if ur and my efferts payed off thanks again
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Ugh great now my mom won't let me open the copmuter to get to the mother board so I have 2 questions
1 - is their a way to fix the real time clock without as I said any output of any kind
2 - if not were can I get a replacement for that battery, and how much am I gona end up paying not to sound cheep or anything just for the sake of knoledge is power...?
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Battery less then 5 dollars.
No way to replace it without opening case.
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I think I can get around my mom problem and I take it question one is a no?
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The answer to both questions is you need to replace the battery.
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