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My system date is automatically changes how to problem

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  • jodhpur Feb 17, 2009

    My System changes to 01 jan 2090

  • farhan15_sep Mar 20, 2009

    my system date automatically changes to jan 2090

  • rajeswar Apr 20, 2009

    the date and time is chaning in two computers same and this problem came at same time and one error pop-up that 256.exe has encountered a problem need to close. it is not CMOS problem it is virus problem but even my symantec anti virus also can't fix this. pls help me

  • ktkb5575 May 09, 2009

    i hv x3400 IBM server and Date automatically change to Year 2000.. how to solve it??

  • Andrew
    Andrew May 11, 2010

    Does it keep changing to the same date?



    If so, what does it keep changing to?

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The date is chaned to 01 jan 2090

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You have to replace ur CMOS battery on ur motherboard...

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