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Possible battery failure on the mainboard.

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There can be many reasons...
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  • CMOS battery is down(Most probably).
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You can open the BIOS setting page by pressing keys like DEL, F10, etc. depending on your system's manufacturer at computer startup(post screen). There are lots of wakeup options check them properly.
One of the option is "Restore last state of power Button on failure" which can turn on your computer without touching the power button. you should check these options.


And it suggest you to press F1 because your system's date/time is not configured properly. You can also set Time/date in BIOS also.
If your BIOS Battery(CMOS) is not weak or dead then after setting these values your computer should start properly.
And if your BIOS battery is dead then all the settings will be lost(date/time etc) after a restart and you will face same problem again...

Try changing the Power-button option and Date/Time in BIOS and see if problem persist....if yes then you have to change COMS battery that is on your Motherboard.

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As if you have tried changing the date & time in your control panel plus BIOS.There is nothing left to be done regarding changing date & time.
But If your CMOS battery in the motherboard fails,it will always goes back to it deafult date & time.Replace the battery and it will solve your problem.

I recommend to use Sony Lithium Battery

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Hi ya, yeah, my first suggestion would have been to change the CMOS battery, and if you are sure that the one you replaced is new and well charged, then the next thing I would be checking is the time in the system BIOS (rather than using Windows). If you know how to access the BIOS then try changing the time there and then reboot. Power off your computer and turn it off at the wall for a minute or two and then turn everything on again. If your date and time are still correct then you've no more problem (hopefully!). If however, your date and time still change afterwards upon leaving Windows, it is -possible- that there is a 3rd party application on your system that is changing your time/date. If you want to count this possibility out, then take a look at any of the icons in the bottom right of your windows toolbar (beside the clock) to see if there are any new/weird applications running that have anything to do with time or date (some applications adjust your date and time based on your locale and a server on the internet to save you the trouble of ever wondering if your time is right etc.)

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