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    Unhappy CR2030 or what? Please help!!!!

    The manual of my motherboard tells me to have 3V lithium battery namely
    CR-2030; but i can't find it anywhere in the market. What is its alternative (if
    any!)? The batteries available in the market are CR2016,2025, and 2032.
    Please post any suggestions you have? I would really appreciate your help

    barron

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    • BigFatCat's system
      • Motherboard:
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      • Memory:
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    I think the ones I've used are all 2032.

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    • DanceswithUnix's system
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    Look on the motherboard, the battery probably has "2032" written on it, in which case that is definately a typo.

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