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Old August 18th 04, 09:05 PM
Joep
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Hey,

The bios battery of my server is empty
the motherboard has a connection for a
extern battery.
Does annybody know wich of the pins is the + and wich is the -
of the tree pins?

the pins are in this way;

x

x
x

And what is the voltage?

Thanks in advance,

Joep

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Old August 19th 04, 03:56 AM
NuTCrAcKeR
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if I am not mistake, it goes like this"

X (black) - ground

X (red) - juice
X(open) - empty

- LC




"Joep" wrote in message
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Hey,

The bios battery of my server is empty
the motherboard has a connection for a
extern battery.
Does annybody know wich of the pins is the + and wich is the -
of the tree pins?

the pins are in this way;

x

x
x

And what is the voltage?

Thanks in advance,

Joep



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Old August 19th 04, 09:48 PM
Joep
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Thanks a lot man!!

NuTCrAcKeR wrote:
if I am not mistake, it goes like this"

X (black) - ground

X (red) - juice
X(open) - empty

- LC




"Joep" wrote in message
news:[email protected]

Hey,

The bios battery of my server is empty
the motherboard has a connection for a
extern battery.
Does annybody know wich of the pins is the + and wich is the -
of the tree pins?

the pins are in this way;

x

x
x

And what is the voltage?

Thanks in advance,

Joep





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Old August 19th 04, 09:49 PM
Joep
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Voltage????

3 volt?

NuTCrAcKeR wrote:

if I am not mistake, it goes like this"

X (black) - ground

X (red) - juice
X(open) - empty

- LC




"Joep" wrote in message
news:[email protected]

Hey,

The bios battery of my server is empty
the motherboard has a connection for a
extern battery.
Does annybody know wich of the pins is the + and wich is the -
of the tree pins?

the pins are in this way;

x

x
x

And what is the voltage?

Thanks in advance,

Joep





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Old August 19th 04, 11:42 PM
Nut Cracker
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whatever the voltage on the onboard battery is ...

2.3v, i believe. Check to be sure ... there is a decent probability I am
wrong on this (going from memory).

- LC

"Joep" wrote in message
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Voltage????

3 volt?

NuTCrAcKeR wrote:

if I am not mistake, it goes like this"

X (black) - ground

X (red) - juice
X(open) - empty

- LC




"Joep" wrote in message
news:eEOUc.59[email protected]

Hey,

The bios battery of my server is empty
the motherboard has a connection for a
extern battery.
Does annybody know wich of the pins is the + and wich is the -
of the tree pins?

the pins are in this way;

x

x
x

And what is the voltage?

Thanks in advance,

Joep







 




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