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I'm taking it that you are running system 10 so go to system preferences under the apple menu, then go to date and time under System. Go to time zone and allow the time zone to be set automatically and then go to date and time and set the date and time automatically. If you want to set the date yourself you can uncheck the set date and time automatically and then select the date and then the time using the up and down arrows. Hope this helps.
To set the Date and Time on your computer - go into the BIOS configuration then to Date and Time to set the correct Date andTime. If the Date and Time needs setting up again after to boot up the computer again, then the BIOS battery needs replacing because the old battery is flat and cannot maintain (store) the Date and Time.
The date/time setting process may be slightly different on different camera. Which camera do you have ? Nevertheless, you first need to set the date/time on your camera. And when you print, say using PictBridge, you need to set the DPOF date setting at WITH DATE. And you need to use a printer that supports date printing.
Press and old the small button that looks like it has a clock impression on it and the + button at the same time while in the Memory Recall Mode and the data for the selected user will be erased automatically.