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Clock is losing time

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My screen clock is constantly losing time. Has been since I purchased the PC. I was wondering whether this is virus related or simply a problem with the back-up battery. THanks.
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I have the same thing, I think it is the hardware clock dose not keep perfect time much like some watches don\'t. If you dobble click the click there should be a little window that comes up. There is a tab that is called \"Internet Time\" you can set it to automaticly correct the time. This keeps it correct. I have this disabled so I still have bad time, on my computer.
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