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    Only african to own a PC! Cider's Avatar
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    Hey all.

    Thank you Chaos for the above link, very useful

    Here is the battery details

    Maxell, CR2032, 3V

    Hitachi Maxell Ltd Japan.

    I will google it and check it out.

    Thanks again.

    EDIT: Hi there - I just bought the exact same battery by a jewellery store across the road from here. Thanks for the help guys. PEople at work think I know what I am doing but its all you guys.

    Cheers
    Last edited by Cider; December 12th, 2007 at 09:22 AM.
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    Typically the cmos battery is of model cr2302
    Little watch battery, 3v nothing special.
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    But I want it to be special
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    Actually it is quite a large battery by button cell standards.

    As for the FX5200. Well it should work if the specs are to be believed.Remember that AGP 8x is AGP 3.0 and runs at 0.8v. AGP 4x is AGP 2.0 and runs at 1.5v.

    MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

    Intel Pentium® III, AMD Duron or Athlon™ class processor or higher
    128MB system RAM
    A 250W system power supply
    A motherboard with an AGP 2.0 slot

    17 MB of available hard disk space (50 MB for full installation)
    CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive
    Windows® 98 or higher, ME, 2000, XP, or Windows® NT4.0. (Service Pack 5 or 6)
    VGA compatible monitor
    Whilst all cards are backwards compatible for speed, it is the voltage that sometimes causes problems.

    As your card requires AGP 2.0 as a minimum requirement it should autoconfigure.
    Last edited by nihil; December 14th, 2007 at 07:53 AM.
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