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Old 18-11-19, 08:36 PM
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Replacing battery on the motherboard

Hi Guy's
I need to replace my battery on a ROG Maximus VII Formula motherboard. To do this it appears i have to take off plastic shielding covering the front of the board. Question o i have to remove the board from the case to allow me to do this?

Appreciate any advise Gramps

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Old 18-11-19, 09:34 PM
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Look at the manual dude.
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Old 18-11-19, 09:41 PM
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Look at the manual dude.
if its anything like the sabertooth boards its not in the manual since you arent meant to remove the shield/shroud

But.. yes, you may have to remove the board depend on on where the screws are. Likely chance the screws are in the back.
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Old 19-11-19, 11:21 AM
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Thanks, i thought that may be the case but hoped there was an easy answer.
At my not looking foreward to having to rebuilding the computer.
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Old 19-11-19, 11:23 AM
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Look at the manual dude.
If you know where it is in the manual please let me know where it is.
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