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My system date and time change every time i log on..i have changed CMOS battery ..but problem is still there

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Did you insert the battery "upside-down", so that it is not giving power to the circuits that "remember" the date/time?

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How do i bypass cmos battery


You need to have the battery in order for system to boot, however, you can reset it.

http://www.howtogeek.com/131623/how-to-clear-your-computers-cmos-to-reset-bios-settings/
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Save the time and date in BIOS. Replace the CMOS battery if it still does not save.

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Put all default setting on CMOS setup and then set the date by checking that the replaced one battery is energetic enough to meet the system requirement. I mean to say having 3V as it should have.

best of luck!

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Why do date and time keep setting to default?


Are you sure you replaced the CMOS battery with a fresh one? Did you install it backwards (the plus side should be UP). I've only seen a bad CMOS battery cause that problem. I would try one you know is new and check the installation.

Good luck.

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Good Morning Sir... My Mother Board Is DG41 WV In This System Problm Is Cheq CMOS Problem... So Iam Change The CMOS Battery... Again Smae Problem Phase... & CLR Cmos Jumper Changed Again Same...


If you've replaced the CMOS battery, set the date and time as well.

If the CMOS setting default to the very first date (1st January 20??), it'll automatically report the "Check CMOS" error.

Let us know if this works,
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System Time and Date Change


It is because of CMOS battery is weak
Change it and it will be fine

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Date & Time Problem


First, you need to have administrative rights to change date and time.
Check whether you are part of admin group or not. To check click on start and click on run, type "control userpasswords2" and hit enter. It will display user information, make sure you are part of administrators group. If not, try logging from administrator and run the same command
"control userpasswords2" and click on your user name and click on properties, go to to group membership tab and select others and then select administrators. This will make you part of administrators group. If this doesnt solves you problem try the CMOS Settings.

Try changing the date & time from CMOS settings. To go to CMOS Setup, restart the system and there will be options highlited to go to setup.. ( eg press F10 Steup ) and play around only date and time setup. Rest if not known to you, do not change anything.

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My computer date and time changes every time i log on. most times it reads 1 / 01 / 2003 what can i do ? thanks Jim


Change the CMOS battery Jim. It's located on the motherboard in a Desktop computer.

The battery is about the size between a US nickle, and a quarter. Has CR2032 on it.
You can go to stores that sell watch batteries, and ask for a CR2032 battery.

Unplug your computer from the surge protector before you do.

More info for identification of the battery,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CMOS_battery

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Compaq n620c Replaced cmos battery and can not reset system date


try to change your timezone at the right side of your taskbar

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