Question about Compaq Evo N610C Notebook
Please help me about my problem even i synchronize my clock with windows when i turn it off and turn on again it becomes late.i check my cmos battery and it is in good condition.im sick of synchronizing over and over again.pls guys help me.
Humm... Load windows right click the time in the bottom corner and set you time and press ok when done. then click anywhere on your desktop and press and hold F5 for a few secs. and then restart comp. I did this to a desktop and it did the samething as your problem and now it works. It was a 2007 HP pavilion desktop. you can also try scandisk and diskdefragment, may help that out to. If still didn't work go into your computers bios and set the time there.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
To get away from default.
Time ( clock ) being reset by Microsoft.
Double click on time ( bottom r/h side of screen )
Click on > Internet Time.
Tick > Automatically synchronize.
Server, select by clicking on the button > time.nist.gov
Click Apply & OK.
After RegScrubXP is installed, click on Misc.. & click on > Update clock from Internet every day instead of every week, click Modify.
hope this helps
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