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Date and time changing-windows 7

Is the problem is within the cmos battery

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Yes the CMOS battery is flat and needs to be replaced.

Posted on Jan 23, 2013

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SOURCE: CMOS COMPLAIN

Bios Eprom issue. Get a new motherboard

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Hi. It can be changed, but you need the programming overlay for the keyboard. Do you have it?

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SOURCE: **** RTC battery is low or CMOS checksum is inconsistent **** Press [F1] to set Date/Time

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Please reset cmos to factory defaults.
Then enter the bios setup and configure it and save changes.

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Have to set date n time on every start of my computer.Already replaced the battery of the board.But no fruitfull result!

Perhaps the CMOS jumper is in the incorrect position, making poor contact, or there is no CMOS jumper at all.

You can probably get a jumper diagram online, by searching the model number. If you have that manual, then that will probably do as well. Just look for where it should be and then double check to make sure it is in the right position.

Another possible explanation would be circuitry damage, in which case you may have to buy a new motherboard. Somehow that battery is not giving the CMOS power.

And a far-fetched third explanation would be it was not "year-2000" compatible. LoL. Maybe it freaks out on the date... Just random speculation though.

Posted on May 28, 2009

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SOURCE: the time and date keep changing to April 11, 2016,

if it's not the CMOS, i would guess an application or utility is changing your clock.

Posted on Feb 19, 2010

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After booting always to F1


The F1 key is often a notice that something is not right in the part of the computer that runs before the operating system (i.e. Windows). What is wrong is usually displayed in the rest of the message. It might be that your "floppy" drive is not working (you may not even have one), or that the "date and time" are not set, or that the chip that sets up your system before Windows starts has been reset to incorrect settings for your configuration.

On most systems there is a key you need to push, usually the DEL key, as the system first starts. (It may also be the F10, F2 or F1) Push that key several times...about 1 time a second...as you start the system. This should take you to the BIOS screen (BIOS being the name of the chip that runs everything before Windows takes over). In there you can look at the date and time...if they are not current, or close to current, your BIOS chip has a problem. If they are current, if you restart and carefully read the message that came up with the F1 key you will know where to look in the BIOS to fix the setting.

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If it's this problem...the time and date wrong...you will probably want to take it into a shop and have them change the battery. The little CMOS battery is only a few dollars (under $10) and the labor should be reasonable if that's all that is needed.

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7. now you can separate the lower case from the upper case/screen assy. You'll see the RTC (cmos) battery - it should be dressed in green with two wires (red/blk) connecting it to the motherboard.

That's should be it. I'm citing all this by heart, so forgive me if I miss a screw here or there.... :-)

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