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Digitalman

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hello I have windows 2000 Xp on my computer ,
As I have noticed my clock doesnt seam to be updateing
Even when i sent it to update when I come on line
it doesnt. Now i have reset the time a number of times
but this doesnt fix, the problem for vary long
any help here guys????
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Are you up to date with all of your Windows Updates including the DST patch? Have you check the Cmos battery on your motherboard? It could be dying which would cause time loss.
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thanks for the reply >>
wndows update often when i caome on line
but not really sure about the >>> including the DST patch
also not sure even how to check >>>Cmos battery on your motherboard

Can help as to how to check this ?????

Edited by Digitalman, 01 April 2007 - 10:10 AM.

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February 2007 cumulative time zone update for Microsoft Windows operating systems

To change the motherboard battery shut the computer off and unplug it. Remove the side cover and look for a battery that looks similar to shiny nickel. Pop it out and go pick up a replacement. You will see a number on it. This is usually universal between brands.

Replacing the Motherboard Battery
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Ok thanks again for a fast reply

I will first see if I do the update you listed will
work if not ,
I will try to replace the motherboard battery
once again thanks for the help
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