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I have removed once capacitor from the mainboard and after 2 days bios still get the same settings , how to reset that sh** ??!! :wink:
I can't find another capacitors or batteries .
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You don't need to remove a capacitor..... battery yes or there will be a switch on the motherboard that is used to short out the Cmos for 30min.
 

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i can't find battery

Yes but this is just theory !! There is no battery and no proper switches :(
and just some capacitors. Is somebody know how the battery in this laptop could looks like ? any pictures , symbols ? thanks
 

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That what I mean there is no one of them , no typical batteries or jumpers !!!
I find two components this is ( black rectangle NEC AS7 or orange rectangle 157 J T 2294 ) but they are just a capacitors :4-dontkno .
Thanks for another ideas , cheers broth
 

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Finally I have find that battery , it is round , flat around 15mm .They place that sh** in right top corner of laptop. :grin:
But now there is another problem . After two days without batteries BIOS still remember previous settings, it means I can't get in to the BIOS becouse there is an password. Is this possible there is an default password ? Nonsense it is just a computer like others so how long shuld I wait to reset Bios ??????
 

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I'm surre both batteries are disconnected. There is no other power sources . So why is that bustard still remember a password ?
 
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