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Time & Date Issue

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??

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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.

Good luck Susan!

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