Is the CMOS battery on a Toshiba Tecra S1 readily accessible from the bottom of the machine ? I've taken apart many desktops but taking apart a laptop is new to me. I'm guessing it's about the size of a quarter but don't know if I have to completely remove the back cover of the laptop to get at it. My machine won't boot up and someone suggested to remove the CMOS battery and let it go back to factory default. (Machine has no display whatsoever on the built in LCD screen or when hooked up to an external screen or any hard drive / bootup sounds)
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its usually under the battery area of most laptops .,as it turns out i was almost right i think its between the hdd and the battery under the case ,a Google found this info ,in the center of this picture in the frame of the laptop you see a green …
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hi, if you just want to reset the cmos even without removing the cmos batt, remove your memory stick, then power on your machin, then take out the batt or either the ac supply, then put back your memory stick when your power on your machine the cmos should be …
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