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Computer date related problems

My computers date keeps changing after every 2-3 months.. it changes to 29th july 2005.. this has been happening since 6 months.. please help.. what should i do.....

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Try to change it in the BIOS settings;

Press F2/Del then it will bring you to the BIOS then after that you will see the time settings then change it there, then save it defore you exit. thats it

Posted on Feb 20, 2008

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