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My pc change the date and time after shuting down

Hi,
I have a pc, when i shut down it the date and time changes automatically and it goes to 1978. even i replaced the bettery several times, it still has problem. after using of few months it lost the display as well. then i checked the RAM was ok but graphic card had probems.
Please help me how can i solve this problems.

Thanks in advance.
Himatullah Safi
Afghanistan-Herat

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  • Anonymous Jan 29, 2009

    I did the same even i change the battary but still the same

  • Anonymous Feb 25, 2009

    The above  solution is valid only in the case if computer is restarted without , putting off the whole power of the system.
    When the whole system is switch off and then again rebooted after putting on the power supply the F4 window apears and follwed by Bios setting. and again it results in changing of date to 2002.

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Go to control panel, click Date, Time, Language and Regional options to change your date,time and region for your computer. After your desired changes, Click ok. Reboot your system.

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