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Update of time and date

How can i update the date and time of my pc. when i turn on my pc, the date and time always return to january 1, what should i do?

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Re: update of time and date

Almost certainly you need to replace the battery on your motherboard. Radioshack will carry the part.

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Posted on Nov 16, 2007

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Re: update of time and date

If you change it in the bios. make sure you save the settings.
If that doesnt work the battery may be bad.

Posted on Nov 16, 2007

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My date and time not update it always return back?

Hello Jennybabe,
I believe that your motherboard may need a new battery for internal clock. When your turn the computer, it takes a long time to boot up would indicate that the BIOS system is loosing it's internal stored data including the time and date. First unplug the power cable from your computer. Look on the motherboard for a sliver colored coin shaped battery. It usually is toward the rear of the motherboard, The battery will be mounted in a holder with two spring arms to hold it down. Look on the side of the battery facing up. It will have a number on that starts with the letters "CR" and some numbers, perhaps 2330. So the whole number would read "CR2330". Purchase the new battery from a computer shop or from Radio Shack, sometimes a drugstore will have them. Remove the old battery by placing a fingernail on one of the spring arms and pushing it open. Now use a fingernail on the the other hand to lift the the old battery out of the holder. Do not force, if all is right the battery will just lift rout easily. This is slightly complicated and can be frustrating at first. Now take the new battery, holding it by the sides, slide it into the holder toward the bottom of the holder. When the battery is firm to the bottom of the holder press the upper edge of the battery down into the spring loaded arms. They will snap into position and hold the battery into position. Now replug the power supply cord into the power supply. Reassemble the machine and turn it on. Reset the time and date and use the machine for a while. now turn the machine off and wait through one of your favorite movies. Now turn the machine back on and verify that the machine does not stop for time and date entry. If it does that the clock section of the motherboard is damaged. If this happens then the only solution is to replace the motherboard. If there are further problems please retunr here and post them. Hope that this helps.

Nov 29, 2013 | Motherboards

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Replace battery and still cannot solve the date and time problem?

you might have to install another cmos battery the one you have might be bad

or you might have to change it to 24 hr time then revert it back a few times for the computer to realise the change

hope this helps

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The clock in my pc not work staying 1 january 2003 and my pc open with f1

you have a bad battery on the motherboard it is a 2032 button type that can be purchased at most hardware/ supermarkets. or as one of many sites that sell them.
it is simple to replace(no tools needed) and should be done while power is disconnected.
then hit del/f2 depending on the system and enter bios. and set the correct date and time.
problem should go away.

hope this helps

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My date and time always in upto date always set time and date and my sound intermittent

turn off and unplugg your machine, replace the battery on your motherboard and turn it on. then go into your bios by hitting the designated key and set time and date.

Jan 31, 2011 | ASUS P5PE-VM Motherboard

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I suspect the on-board battery because I did some minor maintenance and when I re-booted the computer the time and date were at January 1, 2004 at 12:00 a.m. I have the SG-80


Thanks for using Fixya.

If your system BIOS time keeps on going back to Jan. 1, 2004 without you changing it. There is a 95% chance that you have a bad battery. All you need to do is to replace it. If replacing it doesn't help, try checking the battery terminal if they are still good. I hope this helps.

Thanks and have a nice day.

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Clock and date

Hi there.
Download the latest bios update for that model motherboard or PC, install it and restart the PC, time and date should stay once set .

Good luck and thanks for using FixYa!!

Mar 16, 2009 | ASUS Motherboards

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Time and date changes daily to january 3

there is CR 2032 or CR 2016 installed on the mother board open the cover of ur cpu and u can see that battery installed like coin simply change it and it will be fixed

pls let me know if i fixya problem

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Start up error overclocking problem

when u poerr up the computer press DEL or F2
then u enter in bios set date and save .

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If by "Reboot" you mean turn-off and restart, your CMOS battery is probably bad and not able to supply enough power to the bios to retain your time settings. Replace the CMOS battery.

Many web sites require the proper date and time on the surfer's PC. For example, Microsoft Update will not allow downloads if the surfer's PC date and time are far out of syncwith the real time. Ironically, even the Update Time function on the surfer's PC will not work if it is too far out of sync.

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