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Introduzione

You might need to replace your CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) battery if your Toshiba laptop is losing its time and date settings or if you are receiving a CMOS error message. You will also need to remove your CMOS before replacing other elements, such as the motherboard.

  1. Use two fingers to pull the ridged lock tabs on the bottom of the computer toward the edges. This will unlock the battery. Use two fingers to pull the ridged lock tabs on the bottom of the computer toward the edges. This will unlock the battery.
    • Use two fingers to pull the ridged lock tabs on the bottom of the computer toward the edges. This will unlock the battery.

  2. Holding the left tab in place, use the groove located between the two tabs to pry the battery up and out.
    • Holding the left tab in place, use the groove located between the two tabs to pry the battery up and out.

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  4. Remove the 7mm screw from the back panel using the Phillips head screwdriver.
    • Remove the 7mm screw from the back panel using the Phillips head screwdriver.

  5. Use the spudger to pry the back panel out of the laptop. Use the spudger to pry the back panel out of the laptop.
    • Use the spudger to pry the back panel out of the laptop.

  6. Push the pin that holds the CMOS battery in place downwards. The battery will then come out. Push the pin that holds the CMOS battery in place downwards. The battery will then come out.
    • Push the pin that holds the CMOS battery in place downwards. The battery will then come out.

Conclusione

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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