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The time on my goes back to january 1 2005 and when i tried to adjust it after some time it goes back... it happened after i installed a new video card nvidia 7800gs... what could have been the factors?

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  • oxygen_adira Jul 16, 2009

    that was a fast reply thanks and sorry i forgot to mention i replace a new battery for cmos but still the time resets

  • oxygen_adira Jul 16, 2009

    Well i've tried synching through the internet twice already but same thing happened. I'll try changing the supply, recheck the vid card, and reinstall it. Hope this will fixed it. Thanks for your reply.

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Replace the battery on the motherboard. It's a small watch type battery. Try that first.

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    I would say to try and update the bios, but it seems a lot of people are having problems with the update. Couple more things to consider, the card may not have installed properly, make sure your power supply is big enough. Also do a virus scan, and check if your time is synched to internet time.(cntrl panel - date & time - internet) try changing that. Hope this helps. Good luck



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It could be cmos battery because the bios in this case performing autoreset each time you start the computer

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