Display Clock showing wrong time

  rossol 16:54 17 Dec 2007

I have a Gigabyte GA-K8NS-Pro-939 mother board and my display clock is on the way out
The Question is 1) which battery do i need
2) where on the mother board will I find it
3) Is it easy to put in
4) What have I to look out for (dangers)???
any help would be apprieciated

  rossgolf 17:02 17 Dec 2007

turn it off
open case
the batery will be quite clear
take it out with soem tweazers
take it to a watch shop they will have the baterys in stock
then fit it in the same way you found it

batery will be about the size of a 2p
maybe wear a anti static wrist band or something like that

  SB23 17:03 17 Dec 2007

The mobo battery is probably running low, and is usually located near the bottom of the board. (In my pc bottom right).

There will be a clip that I use needle nose pliers to undo, the battery will come out, and simply replace, (ususally a push clips it back in)

Its either a 2025 or a 2032 lithium type battery.

  MAJ 17:07 17 Dec 2007

This is where the battery is located. click here

  Sea Urchin 17:15 17 Dec 2007

Remember to check your BIOS settings before you remove the old battery as per this link click here so that you can reset them afterwards if they change

  rossol 18:33 18 Dec 2007

Thanks every one for Help will follow the instrutions

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