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-This machine doesn’t rely on a CMOS battery judging from the [guide|51568|teardown]. These typically rely on a small reserve capacitor for memory retention with a dedicated line from the battery to power the capacitor to save the CMOS RAM contents. You will need to replace the primary battery or board capacitor.
+This machine doesn’t rely on a CMOS battery judging from the [guide|51568|teardown]. These devices typically rely on a small reserve capacitor near the Flash ROM or have a dedicated battery line to do the job the CMOS battery would normally be used for.
-That being said, the capacitor is usually fine and it’s typically due to a older battery.
+If you want to get the CMOS RAM to save again, you will either need to find the capacitor(s) that provide power or replace the battery.
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+That being said, the capacitor is usually fine and it’s typically due to a older battery. However, you may as well double check the board and 100% rule it out.
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-This machine doesn’t rely on a CMOS battery judging from the [guide|51568|teardown]. These typically rely on a small reserve capacitor with a dedicated line from the battery to power the CMOS RAM. You will need to replace the primary battery or board capacitor. That being said, the capacitor is usually fine and it’s typically due to a older battery.
+This machine doesn’t rely on a CMOS battery judging from the [guide|51568|teardown]. These typically rely on a small reserve capacitor for memory retention with a dedicated line from the battery to power the capacitor to save the CMOS RAM contents. You will need to replace the primary battery or board capacitor.
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+That being said, the capacitor is usually fine and it’s typically due to a older battery.
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-This machine doesn’t rely on a CMOS battery judging from the [guide|51568|teardown]. These typically rely on a small reserve capacitor with a dedicated line from the battery to power the CMOS RAM. You will need to replace the primary battery or board capacitor. The capacitor is usually fine and it’s typically due to a older battery.
+This machine doesn’t rely on a CMOS battery judging from the [guide|51568|teardown]. These typically rely on a small reserve capacitor with a dedicated line from the battery to power the CMOS RAM. You will need to replace the primary battery or board capacitor. That being said, the capacitor is usually fine and it’s typically due to a older battery.
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-This machine doesn’t rely on a CMOS battery judging from the [guide|51568|teardown]. These typically rely on a small reserve capacitor with a dedicated line to power the CMOS RAM so you will need to replace the primary battery or board capacitor. The capacitor is usually fine and it’s typically due to the battery.
+This machine doesn’t rely on a CMOS battery judging from the [guide|51568|teardown]. These typically rely on a small reserve capacitor with a dedicated line from the battery to power the CMOS RAM. You will need to replace the primary battery or board capacitor. The capacitor is usually fine and it’s typically due to a older battery.
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-This machine doesn’t rely on a CMOS battery judging from the [guide|51568|teardown]. These typically rely on a small reserve capacitor with a dedicated line to power the CMOS RAM so you will need to replace the primary battery or board capacitor.
+This machine doesn’t rely on a CMOS battery judging from the [guide|51568|teardown]. These typically rely on a small reserve capacitor with a dedicated line to power the CMOS RAM so you will need to replace the primary battery or board capacitor. The capacitor is usually fine and it’s typically due to the battery.
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This machine doesn’t rely on a CMOS battery judging from the [guide|51568|teardown]. These typically rely on a small reserve capacitor with a dedicated line to power the CMOS RAM so you will need to replace the primary battery or board capacitor.

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