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Wrong date at start up


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kitmarsden

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Hi,
When starting Windows 2000 Pro the date year goes to 2056 or even to 1640. Each time after start up I correct the date and apply it but the next start up it is wrong again. I have recently re-installed Windows. Any advice please?
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What about the time inside BIOS, does it also change by itself?
If yes, then u will have to get the battery on the BIOS chip replaced
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Sorry, but how do I check the BIOS?
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Well, it should be on the main screen of ur BIOS.
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OK. The BIOS clock is correct. But I am now getting an error message when the Antivirus program initializes:
Method:CoMappFactory::Register
Result: 0X80004015
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