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Start up error overclocking problem

Everytime i turn on my computer an error occur about overclocking,then the computer tells me to press F1 to fix it on the bios ,after fixing it when i try to restart my computer same error occcur ,the day ,date, and time of my computer goes back to january 1, 2002 ,12:00hours can you please help me what to do?

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When u poerr up the computer press DEL or F2
then u enter in bios set date and save .

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