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You can change the time by entering the bios screen.
Del key or F2 key held while the machine boots up.
Laptop may have a Fn or Function key that you would select to enter the bios.
Usually the time is on the first screen but can vary depending on the bios software. If your running a windows operating system you can Right click on the date/time in the menu bar and select adjust date/time from the selection window.
If you set this and the PC continues to loose time.
The Cmos battery may need to be replaced.
Good luck , hope this helps.
Go into the BIOS by pressing F2 when you first turn on the laptop. In the main screen you should be able to change the time and date. After you do that save the changes and exit and go into windows and see if the date and time is current.
if your laptop has bluetooth, you can use turn it on, serach for bluetooth devices and select your headset. this way you can listen to whatever is played on the laptop using your headset. if you're asking to be able to listen to headset and laptop speakers at the same time. i think this is done automatically, when you connect the headset, it turns off laptop speakers.
I quess your keyboard is solve by vithob and if you need to use the built in keyboard you blow it with blower to eliminate foreign material inside the keyboard. and please install the driver of your laptop to resolve the problems.