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dandl
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August 16, 2017 - 10:16 pm
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Battery replacement. One has to take nine screws out from the back, turn PC over and pop off "very gently" the keyboard and unhook the ribbon connectors. Gently remove and replace the battery and reconnect the ribbon connectors, very gently snap the keyboard back in place and install the nine screws. Keep screws in order for they are of different lengths.
Have no idea why anyone would engineer and build a laptop with a internal battery. One more thing I can add to my "do not like laptops list.
But it is fixed and running W8.1.

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Marc Thomas
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Daniel, the internal battery is for the CMOS settings and some are even soldered to the motherboard.

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Not talking about the CMOS battery, Marc. The power battery is located under the keyboard!!!!

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