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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first thing to check is if this happens on the BIOS as well. Restart the computer and press the specific key displayed on the screen to enter BIOS. From there, observe if the time is also not correct. if it also goes back an hour, this would be an issue with the CMOS battery. try to remove and reconnect the CMOS battery, restore BIOS to defaults and set the correct time again. If this does not work, may be time to get a new CMOS battery. On the other hand, if it happens only on the time in Windows, right-click the system clock on the taskbar, then make sure your time zone and date and tim are corect. If your time zone uses DST, set it appropriately. Then click the Internet Time tab and uncheck the option to synchronize to an Internet Time Server, then click OK. It may help to restart the system in this case.
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Please make sure that you are in the correct Timezone. For example if you are leaving in London the Timezone should say UTC +0 London, Lisbon, etc.
To do this double click on the clock in the tray and set the timezone.
You should back up all your important files and installation code, drivers. It is almost 2.5 years I assumed your hd is also of this age. Its a normal wear and tear.
But for the meantime delete junk files in your disk, defragment it if still large space is available. Unload your drive with files. Use registry cleaner, Ccleaner is good at it, actually it has many features, and its free. Uninstall some unimportant application.
I think Hard disk drive regenerator software just check it out, its for the bad sector problem.