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Why my pc clock rolled back to 2005 jan 1st?

When ever i starts my pc it's clock always rolled back why it is happaning?

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    Peter Steiert May 11, 2010

    Check your manuals to see if there's a jumper to reset the CMOS. If so that jumper might have been placed in the, "reset" position and every time you start your computer the CMOS will be reset thus rolling back your system to BIOS defaults.



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Replace CMOS battery with new one .

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