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Clock- Clock does not keep time. .New BIOS battery has been istalled... Campag evo laptop..

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A new battery have been installed? You have a Multimeter to check the Battery, to make sure the battery puts out a 3 Volts? Check that & if it has 3 volts, then it would be your CPU is bad. Let me know how it goes..

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Clock changes time


The BIOS battery keeps the Date & Time and the BIOS settings from changing. If the BIOS battery is flat then these settings are changed to the factory settings.
Yuo need to insert a new BIOS battery then go into the BIOS setting to set the Date & Time etc.

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Evo N610c doesn't keep time or settings in bios.


did you ever save the changes?? for any changes you do in bios you have to save them at the finish by engaging the F10 and Y for yes as in confirm ..
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Nov 30, 2011 | Compaq Evo N610C Notebook

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I had installed a bios password on my Compaq Evo N400c, which i have forgotten, i need to make my CD as 1st boot device so need to reset its Bios password.


I found this fix for your problem on http://forums11.itrc.hp.com

If you have lost your BIOS password(s), then you can clear them by removing all power from your laptop for a while.

I think you are familiar with how to enter the BIOS - but if not - look here:
http://tinyurl.com/hlusx

You may need to consult the Maintenance & Service Guide for your N400C to find and remove the RTC battery. You can access that and all the documentation for your notebook here: http://tinyurl.com/mda9a

This is the procedure to clear the Set-up (BIOS) passwords:
(1) turn off the computer.
(2) If it was in a docking bay, remove it.
(3) Disconnect A/C Adapter.
(4) Remove main battery pack (and the secondary battery if one is fitted.
(5) Disconnect the Real Time Clock (RTC) battery from the system board. (You'll need to remove the palm rest and keyboard to do this - there are clear instructions and pictures in the Mtce & Svce guide referenced above. You should see a tiny white plug on the end of the RTC coin cell leads. Disconnect it - you do not need to remove the RTC battery.)
(6) Now wait 30 minutes. (The 5 minutes quoted by HP in some of its manuals is not enough)
(7) Press and hold down the laptop power button for 1 minute. (This is intended to clear any stray voltages or static that's still around)
(8) Reconnect Real Time Clock battery and re-assemble laptop. (BUT DO NOT re-fit the main battery yet.)
(9) Hook up the A/C adapter and turn on the laptop. System should boot up OK - press F1 or F10 while on Compaq splash screen (ie before windows starts to load) to access BIOS.
(10) All passwords should now be cleared. Check you can enter BIOS OK. It should be restored to Compaq default settings with no power-on or admin passwords.
(11) Now you can re-insert the main battery (and secondary battery if you have one)
(12) Now reset date, time and other BIOS settings as you want them to be.
(13) If you set any passwords - make sure you keep a note of them somewhere safe but outside the laptop !!!!


Hope this helps

Mar 31, 2011 | Compaq Evo Notebook N400c

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Where isw the cmos battery


it's inside the computer, it's a small round, flat, silver battery similar to those in watches and tons of other devices. It stores the clock time when the computer is shut off. You will need to take apart the laptop carefully in order to get to it. Is your clock getting reset everytime you turn it back on? Then yes you will need to replace the battery.

Jan 21, 2010 | HP Compaq Evo n610c Notebook

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Where is the backup battery for bios?


The disk cell real time clock (RTC) battery on the Compaq Evo
Notebook N600c model is located under the memory expansion
slot compartment cover.
This small cover is next to the battery compartment.

Dec 23, 2009 | HP Compaq Evo n610c Notebook

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Clock not keeping correct time


The CMOS battery keeps the laptop configuration stored in the CMOS chip and the main battery has no effect on the CMOS.
If the date and time drift off, it indicates the CMOS battery is nearly flat and needs to be replaced.
If you had ticked the Daylight saving box in the Time Zone tab in Control Panel - Date and Time setting then the time would automatically adjust for Daylight saving.

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Date/time


there is a problem with the cmos, it needs to cleared and a new cmos battery also, if the batterys dead it can't remember the date, if its stuck on the time and date the cmos needs clearing so it can boot

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Clock system getting to late


Yes, this battery maintains the laptop BIOS information including the date and time. If the time slows down it indicates the battery is nearly flat and needs replacing.

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Clock problem


the ram has nothing do with the clock of your computer, for this set the time on bios, then save it and exit it, boot your laptop, check the correct time zone of your area

Sep 29, 2008 | Compaq Evo N610C Notebook

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