Mostly this problem comes up if you dont shutdown your computer properly as in by offing it by holding the power button and stuff like that. What you can try doing is when you on the computer it should let you choose if you want to go to the BIOS menu or System Recovery and you go to System Recovery and if you would like reboot the whole computer or just choose to repair the windows and it will reinstall the windows files only which should take care of the problem.
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Have you set the date and time? If so then your camera's date battery is probably dead and needs to be replaced. First get yourself a CR1220 battery, most often found at your local Radio Shack or online at amazon. Then open the camera's terminal cover (where your USB is) and using your fingernail. Open the battery holder, remove the old battery, and replace with the new one. Reinsert the holder with new battery in your camera and turn on your unit. set the date and time and you should be all set. For further information see your instruction manual or download from Canon at:
The bios settings are being lost during offtime. This is due to the cmos battery being dead. Most units have a round 3-volt lithium battery in a clip/holder. A few use a rechargeable battery that recovers if the unit sees frequent use. Can you verify the model number of this unit?
You need to replace the cmos battery in your computer. Theu are usually Cr2032 batteries which you should be able to pick up for about £1.
unplug your computer and open the case.
When you look at the motherboard you should be able to easily locate the cmos battery cliped onto the mobo.
Take the old battery out and insert the new one.
put the case back on and plug the pc into the mains again.
You will need to re-enter the date etc the next time you boot up, but the settings should be retained after that.
I do not think you fixed the CMOS battery - (backup battery = CMOS battery)
According to the error codes, you have a dead backup battery and the time is not set. Makes sense?
161 (Dead battery.) 1. Go to Checking the Backup Battery 2. Backup battery. 3. System board. 163 (Time and date were not set.) 1. Set time and date. 2. System board.
161 - Dead CMOS battery.
163 - Date and time are not set clock not updated.
Replace CMOS Batt: On the bottom of the laptop you will see a screw
that holds the memory cover on. (Next to the main Batt) Remove the
screw and cover. The CMOS is plugged into the motherboard it is yellow
and round tucked in the side of the case. (note how the black cable is
towards the center of the laptop and the positive red cable is towards
the side of the laptop). Remove the cable connector from the
motherboard and pull out the old battery. This can be done by either
gently pulling on the cables or using an object like a toothpick and
gently tugging at the old battery to free it. With the old battery
removed plug in the new battery with the black ground cable towards the
center of the laptop and the red towards the side of the laptop. Insert
the new battery into the space the previous one set at. Reconnect the
memory cover and turn on your laptop. You will have to set the time and
date and may have to cycle the computer (reboot) a few times. You can
get this battery (CMOS) on eBay or at a computer store they are only a
few dollars. (5-8) Good luck in your repair! you need a cr2025 to replace it you have to pull the tabs of the old one off and tape them to a new cr2025 battery. then Start with the machine OFF. HOLD DOWN and CONTINUE TO HOLD THE "F1" key. WHILE STILL HOLDING "F1", turn the power on, and CONTINUE TO HOLD "F1" This will get you into the bios "setup." You should check the date, bootup order, etc, and reset.
Most (all?) digital cameras have an internal battery that resembles a watch battery. This battery is responsible for maintaining the system settings i.e. date and time. Your's is likely dead. Some of these batteries can be accessed without cracking open the body others can't. Check out your manual to see if you can get to it and replace it - that should fix your problem.