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quanmay35

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timer on computer is different than time on server

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could you be a bit more descriptive?

what are you doing when that message shows up?
is this computer part of a domain?
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logging into the domain
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you need to boot into bios (usually delete or f2 during bootup) and fix the time there.....if the message comes back after a reboot...then you've got to get a new CMOS battery
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