Question about Computers & Internet
It sounds like your CMOS battery has died, it is
relatively easy to replace just remember to ground yourself (Touch a
metal object like a radiator that is unpainted for a couple of seconds)
before touching anything inside your PC. Detailed instructions how to do
this at link below
All Mother Boards I have seen and I've seen hundreds will lose the Time and Date first. I'm pretty sure it is a design feature to give you warning of a failing CMOS battery. If you don't change the batt soon after it starts losing the Time and Date it then begins to lose everything.
Posted on Dec 04, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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