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HP compaq d530c timer running fast

My pc time setting running fast gradually, when i set the time both side bios and windows time setting but after few minute the time has been changed gradually: eg. my clock 4:38 and the pc has shows time 4:55

Please resolved my problem

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You may check and see if it's set to the "internet time" -> "automatically syncronize with an internet time server", if there you have a wrong server, then it'll reset your time wrong, or if you have another timezone set in windows, than it'll update to that timezone.

secondly, if it's a hardware related issue, than it can be the battery

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