Question about Computers & Internet
Time is wrong
Posted by Anonymous on
You can change the time by entering the bios screen.
Del key or F2 key held while the machine boots up.
Laptop may have a Fn or Function key that you would select to enter the bios.
Usually the time is on the first screen but can vary depending on the bios software. If your running a windows operating system you can Right click on the date/time in the menu bar and select adjust date/time from the selection window.
If you set this and the PC continues to loose time.
The Cmos battery may need to be replaced.
Good luck , hope this helps.
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