|Googling gives no diagrams except suspect sites and pay sites, also suspect BUT on desktop computers it is usually near the coin type battery. You also can remove the coin battery after the main battery and power cord is removed, press the start button for 10 seconds, and reassemble. The general need to reset CMOS is BIOS setting errors or overshooting on overclock settings, but on your laptop, you should not have enough settings to cause this (with a little care), nor should you even be trying to overclock any laptop (aside from the lack of battery time should you succeed, the components are not built for anything over stock due to size restrictions, weight restrictions, and price restrictions). If you are attempting to get back to default, good --- and leave it there or you will not like the results.|
You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.