My Pentium III system is not keeping time and date. Each time I start the system after it is shutdown the time, date and BIOS setting comes back to original factory set-up. I have changed the mother board battery. But the problem continues. How can I solve the issue??
Try replacing the battery with a brand new one, Last time i checked Staples stocked these in energizer brand. Also make sure that it is firmly snapped in on the motherboard. I've had the same problem before and it was because it was just barely not fastened all the way in.
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This is caused due to PCDJ putting in a "kill date." To get around this, back date the year on your computer. This will open it up again. The only problem is if you use your computer for other things. Some computers will correct the date if you go onto the internet. My DJ computer is used only for performing events, so I don't have to worry about the date.
By the way: this is why I will never by from PCDJ again!
you have one option you can restore the system to earlier settings, click on start, then all programmes, then acceseries, then system tools, then system restore, then you will have to selct the dae on what date you will have to restore the system, once select the date and click on finishcomputer will restart and it would work
try to restore the system to earlier date
here is the procedure
click on start
then all programes
then system tools
ten system restore
then a widow will open which will give you the option to restore the system to back date
it may be work scuess rate will be 65% set the clock (date and time) of your computer system before
starting installation of trial software to future data, or adjusting
the clock to past date after expired trial period.
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Check the Preferences folder in the System folder to see if there is a TurboCad related file there that might contain an old date. Delete it and see if TurboCad will start. If it does it will probably create another file in the Preferences folder that has a new start date for the evaluation period.
I tried your script and it all checked out fine when I ran it. Make sure you click on the first frame of layer action and open the Action Script Panel (F9). Once this is accomplished.
Click on the second frame of layer action and press F6 key.
Like I said everything worked out when I tried using the script you posted so, if anything I would suggest starting from scratch.