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Faulty time settings

Thanks for the help and advise..but the problem is that i already change the mboard battery twice...all set up is made at cmos time setting (f1 & save or f10) it set the time and save..also many tried to make new OS to set a regional time..but i got the same problem...need some advice again....

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hamlet

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  • Manis2008 Jun 23, 2008

    Yes I have same CMOS Battery Fix
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  • sheri_rulezz Apr 09, 2009

    when i set any boot seting or time in board it sets but when i turn it off and turn it on after switching of the problem again comes


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Hi mayfield,
1)the problem is that cmos cell is not getting fixed or it is not touching the silverportion
2) just go to bios change date & time & save it will work
3) last option just remove all cable(hdd,cdrom,floppy,graphic card)& insert again than see it will work
4) if not than go the nearest shop & show him

Regards
shailesh

Posted on Mar 11, 2008

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