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Hemme

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Hello.

I have a problem with my computerclock. It started after i installed a new graphiccard and powerunit (not exactly sure what its called in english, nätagg in swedish anyway :whistling: )
The clock only goes 1 hour and then jumps back 1 hour so if i set the clock to 8:am at 9:am it will change back to 8:am.
This is a annoying problem as i often forget about the time and my updates dont work automatic. I have tried and change the time in the BIOS but the problem remains. And i just formated my harddrive and installed everything again but the clock doesnt want to work.

If you have a solution besides from getting a normal clock and placing it beside the computer i would be really happy.

Thanks.

Edited by Hemme, 08 September 2006 - 12:45 PM.

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Of course i misstyped in the title, it should be NOT working.
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you said that you've tried setting the clock in bios? is the time different ever time you enter the bios settings? i.e. you set it to something like 13:45...then after you restart the computer it's back to like 12:00? or something like that?
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When i change the time in the BIOS the time i write there displays in windows but only goes for 1 hour then jumps back 1 hour.
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