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Gamecube calander does not stay current

Every time i start up my gamecube, i get an error on the startup screen saying that the calander needs to be set. (this is an error message in red) I will change it to the correct date and time and it works. however when i stop playing a game and turn it off, the second i try to play another game i get the error message again.
I wouldnt mind but i started playing animal crossing again to get me in the mood of the upcoming tittle on the NEW WII but i have to keep resetting the time. UGGH this is really irritating. HELP

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