I have a problem with my dell inspiron n5110 , when i start it it make 5 loud beeps, keep repeating it, but once logged in windows, the sound become quiet, but it remains.
I used the test utility that exist in the menu of the boot (when pressing F12) and all tests are passed.
I hope someone can help me about this.
Welcome to the Community. 5 beeps on an Inspiron N5110 means a CMOS Battery Failure. If you have an Active Warranty, send me a Private Message, click on my user name, add me as a friend, and send me your Name, Service Tag, Phone Number and Address.
Hi, Thank you for your reply.
I'm wondering how it can be a CMOS battery failure, and i did the diagnostic and it passed all the tests, the time and date are correct not changing, it can be other problem?.
As per our Training Manual 5 beeps means a CMOS battery failure. Check the below link for beep codes on a Dell Laptop.
Thank you for your reply, i want to know what type of CMOS battery that the Dell inspiron n5110 is using, is a CMOS battery of 3V can do the work?
I do not have that information, however do a Google search on this Dell Part Number RU485 which is for the CMOS battery.
You can find one here.
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