cmos chip problem

  User-1324864 16:11 13 Jan 09
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If all the power is removed from my laptop (disconect power lead, and remove battery) the system time and date resets when next switched on.
I've been assuming that its a problem with the cmos battery or its connection to the chip, but it has been suggested to me that it could be a problem with the chip itself. Does anyone know if this is likely/possble?

  skidzy 16:16 13 Jan 09

How old is the laptop ?
Sounds like a replacement cmos battery is needed,cheap enough at a couple of pounds.

Does the laptop keep the time ok ?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 16:17 13 Jan 09

Yes or even a short on the motherboard.

Fit a new battery they are very cheap just a couple of pounds and retry.

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