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perZei
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Windows clock gets delayed......

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Does putting off the battery pack of my laptop dv9000 will make my windows clock stop????
I had used other laptops but i had not encountered this problem....
any advice??? thanx....

 

 

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Gfuss
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Re: Windows clock gets delayed......

If you do not have your laptop plugged in and the battery is removed, your BIOS would lose the entire date/time (and all the other settings) ONLY if your CMOS battery was also dead.

You can test this by removing the battery but leaving the laptop plugged into an AC outlet. If it keeps the time/date while plugged in, it may just be the CMOS battery is dead and needs replaced.
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perZei
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Re: Windows clock gets delayed......

If you do not have your laptop plugged in and the battery is removed, your BIOS would lose the entire date/time (and all the other settings) ONLY if your CMOS battery was also dead.

You can test this by removing the battery but leaving the laptop plugged into an AC outlet. If it keeps the time/date while plugged in, it may just be the CMOS battery is dead and needs replaced.


>>> So how can I replace the CMOS clock with this model of HP laptop?? Can you give me some advice how to safely replace this CMOS battery???
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Gfuss
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Re: Windows clock gets delayed......

Here's the PDF showing how to replace the battery and what type is needed (pdf page 128):

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c01035586.pdf

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