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Can't reset time and date/computer freezes

My computer's date is March 14, 2006 and the time is 12+ hours off. Everytime I try to do something, I get a message that says the computer doesn't have the ability to do that due to the date. When I try to change the date, it freezes completely. HELP! I called Acer's tech support and they told me I'd have to pay $30 for a disc in order to reinstall the operating system (Vista, ugh). I have an Aspire 5610-2328 laptop.

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Have you tried going in to the Bios (set up) at boot time and setting the time there?

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