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현재 버전 게시자: jayeff ,

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Hi @toneman ,
 
Given that it has been idle for a few years, try ''replacing'' the non rechargeable CMOS coin cell battery with a new one, (they usually have a life span of 5-7 years and its’ most likely depleted) and then see if it starts OK. Removing the battery also has the effect of resetting the BIOS back to its’ factory default settings which may help if there were any corrupted settings preventing correct startup.
Given that it has been idle for a few years, try ''replacing'' the non rechargeable CMOS coin cell battery with a new one, (they usually have a life span of 5-7 years and its’ most likely depleted) and then see if it starts OK. Removing the battery also has the effect of resetting the BIOS back to its’ factory default settings which may help if there were any corrupted settings preventing correct startup.
 
I realize that you said that you have a Touchsmart 320 but here’s a close up image of the battery, taken from the ifixit ''HP Touchsmart 300'' [guide|8931] guide at Step.13 (also seen in Steps.11-12). Hopefully your model is not too much different as to the battery or its location and the guide will be of some help to you to gain access to the battery in your model.
 
[image|1564112]
 
(click on image to enlarge for better viewing).
 
Also, try using a USB keyboard and/or mouse to see if that works for you to navigate through the PC.

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편집자: jayeff ,

텍스트:

Hi @toneman ,
 
Given that it has been idle for a few years, try replacing''replacing'' the CMOS coin cell battery with a new one, (they usually have a life span of 5-7 years and its’ most likely depleted) and then see if it starts OK. Removing the battery also has the effect of resetting the BIOS back to its’ factory default settings which may help if there were any corrupted settings preventing correct startup.
Given that it has been idle for a few years, try replacing''replacing'' the CMOS coin cell battery with a new one, (they usually have a life span of 5-7 years and its’ most likely depleted) and then see if it starts OK. Removing the battery also has the effect of resetting the BIOS back to its’ factory default settings which may help if there were any corrupted settings preventing correct startup.
 
I realize that you said that you have a Touchsmart 320 but here’s a close up image of the battery, taken from the ifixit ''HP Touchsmart 300'' [guide|8931] guide at Step.13 (also seen in Steps.11-12). Hopefully your model is not too much different as to the battery or its location and the guide will be of some help to you to gain access to the battery in your model.
 
[image|1564112]
 
(click on image to enlarge for better viewing).
 
Also, try using a USB keyboard and/or mouse to see if that works for you to navigate through the PC.

현황:

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편집자: jayeff ,

텍스트:

Hi @toneman ,
 
Given that it has been idle for a few years, try replacing the CMOS coin cell battery (they usually have a life span of 5-7 years and your’s mostlyits’ most likely depleted) and then see if it starts OK. Removing the battery also has the effect of resetting the BIOS back to its’ default settings which may help if there were any corrupted settings preventing correct startup.
Given that it has been idle for a few years, try replacing the CMOS coin cell battery (they usually have a life span of 5-7 years and your’s mostlyits’ most likely depleted) and then see if it starts OK. Removing the battery also has the effect of resetting the BIOS back to its’ default settings which may help if there were any corrupted settings preventing correct startup.
 
I realize that you said that you have a Touchsmart 320 but here’s a close up image of the battery, taken from the ifixit ''HP Touchsmart 300'' [guide|8931] guide at Step.13 (also seen in Steps.11-12). Hopefully your model is not too much different as to the battery or its location and the guide will be of some help to you to gain access to the battery in your model.
 
[image|1564112]
 
(click on image to enlarge for better viewing).
 
Also, try using a USB keyboard and/or mouse to see if that works for you to navigate through the PC.

현황:

open

편집자: jayeff ,

텍스트:

Hi @toneman ,
 
Given that it has been idle for a few years, try replacing the CMOS coin cell battery (they usually have a life span of 5-7 years and your’s mostly likely depleted) and then see if it starts OK. Removing the battery also has the effect of resetting the BIOS back to its’ default settings which may help if there were any corrupted settings preventing correct startup.
Given that it has been idle for a few years, try replacing the CMOS coin cell battery (they usually have a life span of 5-7 years and your’s mostly likely depleted) and then see if it starts OK. Removing the battery also has the effect of resetting the BIOS back to its’ default settings which may help if there were any corrupted settings preventing correct startup.
 
I realize that you said that you have a Touchsmart 320 but here’s a close up image of the battery, taken from the ifixit ''HP Touchsmart 300'' [guide|8931] guide at Step.13 (also seen in Steps.11-12). Hopefully your model is not too much different as to the battery or its location and the guide will be of some help to you to gain access to the battery in your model.
 
[image|1564112]
 
(click on image to enlarge for better viewing).
 
Also, try using a USB keyboard and/or mouse to see if that works for you to navigate through the PC.

현황:

open

편집자: jayeff ,

텍스트:

Hi @toneman ,
 
Given that it has been idle for a few years, try replacing the CMOS coin cell battery (whichthey usually have a life span of 5-7 years and your’s mostly likely is depleted) and then see if it starts OK.
Given that it has been idle for a few years, try replacing the CMOS coin cell battery (whichthey usually have a life span of 5-7 years and your’s mostly likely is depleted) and then see if it starts OK.
 
I realize that you said that you have a Touchsmart 320 but here’s a close up image of the battery, taken from the ifixit ''HP Touchsmart 300'' [guide|8931] guide at Step.13 (also seen in Steps.11-12). Hopefully your model is not too much different as to the battery or its location and the guide will be of some help to you to gain access to the battery in your model.
 
[image|1564112]
 
(click on image to enlarge for better viewing).
 
Also, try using a USB keyboard and/or mouse to see if that works for you to navigate through the PC.

현황:

open

편집자: jayeff ,

텍스트:

Hi @toneman ,
 
Given that it has been idle for a few years, try replacing the CMOS coin cell battery (which mostly likely is depleted) and then see if it starts OK.
 
I realize that you said that you have a Touchsmart 320 but here’s a close up image of the battery, taken from the ifixit HP''HP Touchsmart 300300'' [guide|8931] guide at Step.13 (also seen in Steps.11-12), which hopefully maySteps.11-12). Hopefully your model is not too much different as to the battery or its location and the guide will be of some help in gainingto you to gain access to itthe battery in your model PCmodel.
I realize that you said that you have a Touchsmart 320 but here’s a close up image of the battery, taken from the ifixit HP''HP Touchsmart 300300'' [guide|8931] guide at Step.13 (also seen in Steps.11-12), which hopefully maySteps.11-12). Hopefully your model is not too much different as to the battery or its location and the guide will be of some help in gainingto you to gain access to itthe battery in your model PCmodel.
 
[image|1564112]
 
(click on image to enlarge for better viewing).
 
Also, try using a USB keyboard and/or mouse to see if that works for you to navigate through the PC.

현황:

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원문 게시자: jayeff ,

텍스트:

Hi @toneman ,

Given that it has been idle for a few years, try replacing the CMOS coin cell battery (which mostly likely is depleted) and then see if it starts OK.

I realize that you said that you have a Touchsmart 320 but here’s a close up image of the battery, taken from the ifixit HP Touchsmart 300 [guide|8931] guide at Step.13 (also seen in Steps.11-12), which hopefully may be of some help in gaining access to it in your model PC.

[image|1564112]

(click on image to enlarge for better viewing).

Also, try using a USB keyboard and/or mouse to  see if that works for you to navigate through the PC.

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