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    Default Re: EP45-DS4 continious short beeps at startup

    Hi again,
    Yes everything is still working flawless, for the 3. day in a row the system started up as supposed. Today the Batt. shows 3.14v, so still charging i guess ;-)
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    Default Re: EP45-DS4 continious short beeps at startup

    Great to hear!

    Ya it may take some time for it to fully hold a charge, or it may not ever get as high as the other one with it being older? Not sure how that should work.

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    Default Re: EP45-DS4 continious short beeps at startup

    The battery I replaced would keep time and settings as long as the PC was plugged into the outlet. As soon as the power was cut to the PSU the time would come to a standstill. Eventually the settings would go haywire and I went down to the grocery store and bought 2 for $.99 and now I have a spare. It reminds me of getting a new car battery.

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    Default Re: EP45-DS4 continious short beeps at startup

    Ahh cool to hear you got a new one, yeap sometimes they just wont hold a charge at all if they are failing , but can still work if left plugged in.

    I always keep 5 or so on hand myself.

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