Need Help PA70HS-G CMOS Reset

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  1. Chastity

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    Was goofing around with XTU, and inadvertently saved memory settings clock multiplier to DDR4-2666, on DDR4-2400 memory, and now system won't POST. Tried Fn+D+Power to reset, and doesn't work. Anyone know how I can get to the CMOS battery so I can disconnect it for a couple of minutes?
     
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    Under the bottom cover next to the GPU fans.
     
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    Found it, Battery case is under the 2 ribbon cables, connected to the mb on the left side. Managed to force a CMOS reset, and everything is working. :)
     
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    Yeah the twisted red and black pair, the button cell should be visible making it easy to trace.
     
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