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King_Vijaya

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After every boot of my PC the system clock shows a wrong date and time. Then i correct the time and date and continue working. Because of this anti virus programs are not correctly updated. The following day the clock again shows wrong date and time. What shall i do to correct this.
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Hi and welcome to geeks to go!!!

you can go into the BIOS and change the date and time there

then it will be permentilly set at the correct date and time (you can change this all teh time and it wont effect your computer)

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Edited by troppo, 22 August 2006 - 04:12 AM.

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Kemasa

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It may be that the battery in the system is dead or weak, although often you will also see that the other settings get lost. If the above does not work, you might consider changing/checking the battery.
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Kemasa is correct, if you enter BIOS and change the time (also remember to set the time zone that corresponds to the area that you live) and after the next restart, if the time is still incorrect then you will have to replace your CMOS battery. This retains all of the specific settings you save in your BIOS including the system time and date.
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