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TM 6460-6752 Series loses its time and date when shut down

The computer reverts back to its manufactured time and date when when left powered down for a couple of days. I reset time and date but it won't stay. How to fix?

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The coin cell battery on the motherboard is depleted. Get the number off it and get another one to replace it . You may have to go into the bios if it won't boot correctly to input the correct time and date.

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In all Canon PowerShot and IXUS series cameras date and time can be stamped on the photos shot in Post Card Size, to set the Camera into this mode do the following:
On Camera in Shooting mode (Live view is visible on LCD)
Press Function/Set button once
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Acer TM6460-6752 Travelmate reverts back to it's manufactured birthday time and date when powered down for a couple days? How do I get it to stay current?


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Hello Dear,

In all Canon PowerShot and IXUS series cameras date and time can be stamped on the photos shot in Post Card Size, to set the Camera into this mode do the following:
On Camera in Shooting mode (Live view is visible on LCD)
Press Function/Set button once
From right-left move to the Post Card Size
Press Function/Set again.
Now, Press Menu Button
From up-down move down
On Stamp Date (Option Name written, Visible on the Right top Corner of Screen)
From right-left move and select you want only Date or Date and Time both.
Press Menu again
Now, you are ready.

For more clarification please revert.

Warm Regards,
Joseph Manoj

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