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In an earlier forum I was told to check the voltage of my CMOS battery. Can someone tell me where to find this and how to recognize it. I have a 4 year old ACER tower with WIN98 installed.
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This is what you cmos battery looks like
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it would be esair if you knew the type of mother board so the exact location of the battery could be give.
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Just replace the battery there cheap, a local computer store or Radio shack will have one.

Remember to discharge static electricity from yourself by touching the case before touching anything inside the computer.

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it should be the only battery on the motherboard...and the voltage should be written on the battery itself...this is only the standard average voltage of the fully charged battery. i assume they are wanting you to check and see if that bettery is dead.....the best way to do that is to replace it with a new one...and see if it fixes your problem
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