Solved Asus N61Ja laptop CMOS Battery

Asus N61 notebook
September 3, 2012 at 13:26:35
Specs: Windows 7

I need to know what type of CMOS Battery is in the Asus N61Ja-JX046X laptop, because I need to replace it :o

Anyone here able to tell me what type it is?

ps. I've already done all the research and this is the only solution. Please do not reply with something like 'i advise against it', post if you can help me out someway, otherwise please just don't post. Thanks :P

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September 3, 2012 at 14:02:48
I've been unable to get the information you ask for - nothing coming up on google search which actually gives the size and type of battery.

To ensure you get the right type and size of CMOS battery, remove the laptop's entire bottom casing and remove the existing one. Then take it to a store which sells that kind of stuff.

You're gonna have to open your laptop casing anyway to put the new CMOS battery in, so you may as well do it now to get the old one out.

If the existing battery is already flat, it won't make any difference how long you leave the laptop without a battery before you manage to get a new one for it.

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September 4, 2012 at 16:20:39
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Thanks for your reply :) I've posted this question on several forums and several people have said it's probably a CR 2032.

Problem is I don't have anywhere here I can leave it 'opened up', dustfree.. so then I would have to disassemble and reassemble twice, which idno, once is already enough of a hassle for me (quite new to it).

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September 4, 2012 at 16:29:34
"Problem is I don't have anywhere here I can leave it 'opened up', dustfree.."

Why does it have to be "dustfree"? It's not like you're opening up a hard drive and your screen shouldn't have to be removed to access the CMOS battery...

"Channeling the spirit of jboy..."

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September 4, 2012 at 16:47:21
Actually, on my model it does (the screen thing). For real.. :-/ Laptop has to be pretty much completely disassembled to reach the CMOS battery, unfortunately

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