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open shortcut on pc..it will show correct date, time, etc tho unit does not as it hasn't changed days..on the shortcut, click on Update settings then Send to receiver..then punch in button on back of Station..says "pc search"..transmitter on unit will start steady flashing..unit will go black..gradually everything comes back..don't touch until all back..everything will now match the stuff on the shortcut and the day and date will have changed to the correct one..I do this process every day.
The issue you describe it caused by the video board going bad. All of the controls for video display, clocking, brightness, contrast, and input source is handled by this card.
They are replaceable, if you have the part number. Most of the time they range from $50 - $75
Hi mutumbac. Please check the battery on your computer's motherboard. All motherboards have a small (clock-type) battery that powers the internal clock even when the computer is turned off. These batteries are good for about 2 years, and after that they should be replaced or else the computer will reset the date and time every time it boots up.
Sounds like your CMOS battery is dead on your system. The is the Real Time Clock battery or RTC (CMOS). Your system needs to be opened, if it is a desktop, open the case and look for a disc shaped battery, remove and replace with the appropriate one. You will then have to get into the systems bios by tapping F2 wgen the computer starts and resetting the time and date, then once windows boots, you will have to reset the time and date in windows, time zone etc. If you have a laptop, you will have to find the type of battery that is installed and do the same procedure when installed.
This is the REAL TIME CLOCK power supply inside your laptop.It maintains the system configuration and clock/calendar. Do not try to replace this yourself unless you are experienced,you could lose everything on the system and worse still these batteries can explode!! Connect the AC adaptor and let it charge for at least 24hrs. Press F2 to enter the bios. Set correct time and date If it Persists take it to a dealer to be replaced
You can download the manual and view it on this Acer web page. The monitor should adjust itself to the refresh rate provided by the converter box...but you can experiment with the picture clock settings described on pages 9 and 10.