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Check the date and time in the clock on your computer: (double) click the clock icon on the Windows Taskbar. Make sure it is the correct date and time. If it is not please set it correctly and if it continues to keep inaccurate time then the battery on the motherboard may need replaced.
If none of this is the problem report back here please
check the time zone on the clock .. and the region selected .. sync the clock to internet ..
if that does not help .. check cmos in case of laptop..
if neither help - call 1-877-805-1027 for expert help
Do you have your PC set to automatically adjust for daylight savings? If so, try turning that off and setting your clock forward one hour manually. Although it seems that this would cause your clock to be one hour behind if the setting software isn't adjusting the clock setting for savings time.
1. Press the power button on the dock. Press the Select button until the large clock is displayed on the lcd screen.
2. Push and hold the select button until you see the clock time display.
3. Set the time using the arrow buttons.
Double clicking on the clock will open up the properties so you can change the time. Make sure the time zone is set right and that the daylight savings box is checked if you observe daylight savings time.
Hello, Your computer system has a RTC (Real Time Clock) Battery that usually stores the correct time and other settings of the motherboard when you power down. If this battery is dead or faulty, it will reset Get it replaced and set your time once and it should remain correct as long as the battery is good.
change the clock synchronization.
open the date and time in the control panel
click the Internet time
select automatically synchronize with an Internet time server check box
in the server list, click the arrow, and click the time server you want.
to hibranate the computer, go to control panel power oprtion. select time frame you want the machine to turn-down.