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I'm sorry my French is a little rusty,,,,are you asking about changing time and date on your desktop computer?
Put your mouse cursor on the time, then Right-click on it.
Change the time and date.
If the time and date changes back after you have reset it, then you have a bad CMOS battery. Replace it.
This is a type of watch battery. Generally it is a CR2032.
This flat coin looking CMOS battery is located on the motherboard.
Make sure the computer is off and unplugged from power.
FOLLOW anti-static precautions. (If you do not you will fry out the computer)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ao866I9XpTo
Remove the CMOS battery and replace.
If you come back in a Comment, and state the computer manufacturer name,and model number, I should be able to lead you step by step in replacing the CMOS battery.
Posted on Dec 15, 2014
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