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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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Directions for Resetting the Daylight Savings Time (DST) Start & End Dates on the Emerson Research Smartset Dual Alarm Clock Radio on CKS1850


Unfortunately, you can't reset the firmware of the clock for those built before Jan 2006; you can work-around the issue. You will need to change time zones for the few weeks between the current daylight savings start and end dates and the ones that were built into the clock. For details see: http://www.emersonradio.com/dst.htm ; click on the link for Group 1.

If the unit was built before Jan 2006 (the serial number will start with a value less than 6), switch the time zone to the next one further east on the second Sunday of March, then set it back to your correct time zone on the first Sunday of April. Repeat this on the last Sunday of October and the first Sunday of November. (If you are in the Eastern time zone (zone 2), set the switch to zone 1.)

If the unit was built between Jan 2006 and July 2006 (serial numbers that start 601 to 606), then you can change the start and end dates for DST. See: http://www.emersonradio.com/dst.htm then choose the Group 2 link. Press and hold the Alarm 1 button then press the Month/Date or Calendar button. After three seconds the unit will display the start date for daylight savings. Press and hold the Alarm 1 and Month/Date or Calendar buttons. When the display is flashng (within 5 seconds from the press and hold step), press the Down or Set button (depending on the SmartSet mode) three times until the display reads 3 and F2 (alternating with the date of that Sunday).

For the end date, press and hold Alarm 2 then press the Month/Date or Calendar button. Then press and hold Alarm 1 and the Month/Date or Calendar button. Again within 5 seconds, press the Up button or Set until the display shows 11 and F.

If the display stops flashing, repeat and set the new dates faster.

You'll have to repeat this is the battery is removed or replaced.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Mar 15, 2011 | Emerson SmartSet CKS1850 Clock Radio

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Update on PS3 Error 8001050F or Txt_ps3trophy_error


Sony have just confirmed the following in relation to this bug or error as experienced from 1st March 2010.

1) This current bug has just been confirmed as confined to Playstation Fat consoles and PS3 Slims are not effected by this error.

2) The problem is caused by a bug in the clock functionality incorporated into the PS3 Fat system which has caused a 'Roll Back in the Date'.

3) The date of the PS3 system may be re-set to Jan 1, 2000.

4) The consequences of this are as follows;

- PS3 Fat cannot synchronise trophies because of this clock error which in turn causes games to fail to load or crash during gameplay. This applies equally to both online and offline gameplay i.e. any games that have trophies are likely to be effected by this even when offline.

- Console can browse on the internet but will not connect to PSN.

- Time and data cannot be reset on the system.

- Users are unable to play back certain rental videos downloaded from the
PlayStation Store before the expiration date occurs.

- Error messages are displayed as outlined in the title of this Tip - also the console may display 'Failed to install trophies. Please exit your game.'

IMPORTANT
SONY are advising anyone experiencing this problem not to use the PS3 system until the issue is resolved. This is expected to be resolved within the next 24 Hours (1st to 2nd March 2010). This is due to the possibility of corrupted data causing errors in functionality and not being able to restore saved data or recording obtained trophies.

02 March 2010 Final Update: Panic over - all is well again

If this update has helped please do leave a vote for it. Many thanks.

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Sony clock radio with auto time set is always 4 minutes fast.


This is easily fixed. Set the time manually the 1st time. Make sure you use the CORRECT time, which is four minutes less than what the clock said when you first plugged it in. Once you reset the timing, it will remember the four minute difference and always show the correct time.

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Assuming this is a standard transmission, you always have it in 1st gear. Roll back is controlled by balancing the clutch with the gas pedal.

If an automatic transmission, then the vehicle should hold itself on the incline, unless it is a steep incline, to which you may use the gas pedal to hold the vehicle on the slope, and not the brake. And you would always have the transmission in the main drive gear position.

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The handbreak cable May have snapped if the dealership tightened it too much in the pre delivery inspection. They may not have tightened he bolt tight enough causing it to release

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Yes I have the same problem exactly but I hadn't change the battery.

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