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Time shifting


craneman01

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When starting up Windows 7 recently I find that the time/date bear no resemblance to the actual time /date & has to be reset every time. Any ideas why this is occurring ?

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buteman

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Usually the CMOS battery needing replaced.If it just changes by 1 hour you could have it set to the wrong time zone.or check that it is the proper date and time set in the Bios.

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