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PC HARDWARE MY SYSTEM DATE CHANGES EVERY TIME I BOOT

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Change the mother board battery it is flat when you change battery you will have to reset BIOS to your time and date
. Also your CPU and memory settings may have to be reset as well

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Cmos is located in BIOS
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during the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setup
Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS
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after you make any changes in BIOS press Esc then press the F10 button save to cmos to restart

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if you remove the cmos your computer might/will not run

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During the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setup Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS
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hi sunnyh, when you start up the PC start pressing the F8 key every 2 seconds. A dos like window will load. At the bottom of the list choose, last known good configuration. (win might load the last good configuration) it's worth the try.
If your PC still does not load windows than repeat the above, this time choose, Disable automatic restart on system failure.
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A system that starts going into this restart loop happens for many different reasons. Most common reason was a program that was last installed just before PC was restarted. Second most common reason for restart loop. Added new hardware, bios changes & windows boot files corrupted. If you did install a program, uninstall it. If you were in your bios & made changes, reset the bios. If you flashed the bios, go back to the old bios version. If you added new hardware replace with older hardware.
To fix Windows you may have to reinstall it. Do not run format or you will loose all your data. Even system restore CD's allow for a win reinstall without a format, however if the cd does not allow you to reinstall win unless you do a format. Than windows startup files are too screwed up & you'll have no choice but to format.

All you can do is try the above & cross your fingers.

Good luck!
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