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Time ,Date Problem

Discussion in 'Tech Hub' started by xtrashock, Sep 28, 2006.

  1. xtrashock

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    I am facing this problem last 2 or may be 3 days .
    every time i restarted my computer its time and reset to some "01-01-2001 " ?
    it is totally going to make me mad as a lot of sites when logingin send messages like some "certificate authenticaton" and i have to corect date time every time !:( Is there any known solution to fix it!
     
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    Possibly your motherboard battery has died.
     
  3. spinstate

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    The CMOS battery in your motherboard must be dead, you'll have to buy a new one and replace it.

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    hmm, you guys sure it's the CMOS? my understanding is if a CMOS dies then it boots up into the BIOS everytime it loads up :p

    If it's not a dead CMOS, your real-time clock is on the fritz which could be a config.sys problem in your windows. Try putting in an XP disk and running repair
     
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    something wrong with the time configuartion in windows system files,
    something wrong with actual clock/mobo,
    or battery died
     
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