Posted 20 August 2006 - 09:19 AM
I suspect that the CMOS battery for your mobo is a CR-2032 - and they're available at WalMart for about $1.50. The user's manual for your mobo will specify it.
Where to connect all them wires? I know your pain! After many years of struggling with this I've come to the conclusion that it can't be done! Actually, I always hose the connection for the hard drive LED's - but manage to get the Power and Reset one's hooked up OK.
There will be markings on the little wires (or with the documentation that came with the computer case. Then, there'll be documentation in the manual for the mobo about where they go. It just takes a bit of reading and a bit of experimenting.
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