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I bought a salvage Panasonic CF-25 Toughbook that had nothing on it. I then put an OS on it. However, I need the CMOS program as it uses a Windows 95 program to modify the CMOS (which I hate). However, this program insists that I have a Lithium Ion battery. I have a NiMH battery in it. Any ideas around this to get to the CMOS? I am needing to change a few things under there to get everything going properly. I do have Windows 95 on it right now, as well as seperate hard disks that have Linux on them.
 

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OK, Got it. Someone had to tell me how to use the Rescue disk. :)

Here's the e-mail I got from Panasonic about it:

Dear Sir ,
Your model is probably came with version 95a , and you have
95b installed . Install Windows 98 , and it should eliminate most of the
error messages in Device Manager . If you have the 1st Aid Disk for your
CF-25 , boot from it and type the following command to stop the "Please Run
Stepup" error .
setup25 /isf
setup25 /f

Remove the disk when the laptop begins to reboot , after typing the second
command.
Rescue disks can be downloaded from Panasonic, and this move fixed almost everything under Windows 95B related to this system.
 
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