Question by  steveXslayer (20)

How do I replace internal battery in a processor?

I can't get my processor to work, and I think the battery may be the problem.


Answer by  BobSXLemon (110)

Processors don't have internal batteries. The battery you're thinking of is a silver, coin-sized thing clipped to the motherboard. Just pop it out and buy a new one.


Answer by  emhaskey (685)

Processors generally arrive from manufacturers in a working or dead state. A faulty processor that is dead on arrival should be sent back for a return. The cost associated with the return process is typically covered by the manufacturer.


Answer by  nimrod (321)

Processors don't have batteries, the battery goes in the motherboard and is not vital for its functioning, so if your computer doesn't turn on then you may have a different kind of problem and may need to consult an expert


Answer by  arkadeb313 (67)

To replace the battery, open the case, touch ground to discharge static electricity, find the battery having a shape like a small coin and steel color, larger than wrist watch batteries - insert new one by taking out old one with a screwdriver or similar tool.


Answer by  Xisco21 (110)

A processor will not have an internal battery, it will be powered by the mainboard. If you mean the CMOS battery, then this is like a large watch battery, replacing it will simply mean locating it on the mainboard, unclipping it, then putting a new one in in its place.


Answer by  Kit (558)

The best way is to follow the *service manual* from your laptop manufacturer. Determine the make and model of your laptop and try downloading the manual from the mfr.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well, if it is not working due to battery. You can simply get a new battery and install it. You have to uninstall the main frame.


Answer by  Phil28 (379)

There is no such thing as a battery inside your processor. You might be talking about the mainboards battery that is used to keep the time when the system is unplugged from power. Usually that only results in the system resetting the system clock to some time in the past on every power up.

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