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<p>The CMOS battery is named after the Complementary Metal
Oxide Semiconductor power. The CMOS has the current date and time functions for
desktop and laptop computers. It allows the computer to automatically adjust
the time, even on computers that are disconnected for long time. When a
computer no longer has the date and time and forget it on every boot, the CMOS
battery probably needs replacing. Some computers have messages when the battery
is weak, while others just lose the current date and time after each shutdown.<br />
<p>Time & Date Errors<span> </span><br />
<p><span> </span><br />
<p>1. Turn on the computer. Look in the task bar at the bottom
right. Make sure the date and time is set correctly. Double-click the time and
click the up or down arrow to switch to the correct time. Click on the arrow
next to month to change the month. Click "OK" when finished.<br />
<p>2. Turn off the computer. Wait 3 to 5 minutes and start the
<p>3. Look on the taskbar to see if time was lost and said a
strange date January 1, 2000. Replace the CMOS battery, if this is the case.<br />
<p>CMOS Error Message<br />
<p>1. Look for error messages like "CMOS checksum
error", "CMOS Read Error" or "CMOS battery failure"
when you start your computer. These errors are caused in the machines shut down
for several months or when the CMOS must be replaced.<br />
<p>2. Let the computer on for 24 hours. Restart the computer
and find the error.<br />
<p>3. Change the CMOS as the return error.<br />
you go in setting and change time and date after half an hour any massage geting related time or is internet connectivity contineu or any time related sofware is instal which sync time automatically via internet
send it back. sounds like memory or fan quit. beeps are failure codes and if you got in january then i would send back to be repaired. take your hard drive out if there is anything important on it because they will format if you dont pay for them to save data
Let me start by saying that I own this watch and LOVE it!
To set the time you need to pull the crown all the way out to the furthest position.
To set the date you need to have the crown in the position in between the "winding" position and the "time set" position. Basically, pull the crown out till you hear/feel 1 click to wind, 2 clicks (total) to set the date, and 3 (total) clicks to set the time. I always set the date first to 1 day behind the current date. I then move the crown out to set the time so that I can set the watch to either AM/PM depending on the actual time. For example, I set my Rolex today (the 5th of January at 3pm - just an example). I would first move the crown to the date setting function and move it to January 4. I would then move it out one more position to set the time. I would go around the watch until the date changed to the 5th and then go around from 12 to 12 to change from AM to PM. I would then move it to the 3 and then I'm all set. This is helpful because it will ensure that your date will correctly change when the day changes and not be 12 hours behind.
Check your bios and set the correct date there also. If this does not solve your problem check for a virus by running a scan with your antivirus program. If you do not have an AV Software Program check out this one which is very good
Function 7 then 1 push set 4 times diplay says ID push clear a few times(depends on how long number is)to remove then input new number and push set,then stop to get out of that.(This also where you set time date and company name)
THIS IS FOR ALL PANASONIC FAX MACHINES.