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System date and time does not change on my laptop

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In the system bios the date and time does not change, like I went in there on the 16thand set it for that date and time. Todate it is still at that time and date. going to control panel or task bar it will not change because the bios is not incrementing. Thanks

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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What do you mean it "does not change"? Have you tried to change them using the Control Panel applet, or by clicking on the time in the taskbar and trying to change it there? Or, do you mean the date and time is not incrementing at all while watching the time?

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