I put the new battery back in and changed the time and date to current from task bar area and control panel. I still get these errors. But when the laptop comes on it has year 2000 , jan, and i change the time and date there and the computer shuts reboots itself and comes back with a screen that has Off >On. I hit the tab key 3 times and the enter key 2 times then shut it down then it will come on correctly. Very frustrating doing this all the time.
I also noticed that one of the light to far right will blink orange sometimes.
I did not have til problem until time changed 2 weeks ago.
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windows? on the task bar look for the little speaker near the time/date. click on it to reveal your sound level adjustment, click to change the volume and the little disabled speaker will change to enabled. if no little speaker there, click on control panel, then sound, then on plaback tab right-click on speakers and then levels tab. adjust volume and this will enable the speakers.
Sometimes your computer may experience problems and performance issues, which could interfere with common tasks. However, there is no need to worry because this can all be remedied by restoring your computer to an older date. Restoring your computer will allow it to go back to a previous setting before the date that you experienced the problems at. It is possible to restore your computer from points that are a day old to points that are even a few months old.
1.Click "Start" from your desktop. Open your "Control Panel." Click on "System." This will be near the bottom of the control panel and deals with the security, protection and performance of your computer.
2.Click "System Protection" under the Task menu. The task menu is on the upper left-hand corner of the window.
3.Click "System Restore" on the new window. Choose the recommended restore date, or choose a different date. "Click choose a different restore point." Click "Next" to change the restore point. Choose one of the last five dates shown, or click "Show points older than 5 days."
4.Click "Finish." Your computer will now automatically restart and apply the changes.
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Dear john, replacing CMOS Battery usually RESET password ( plug out your laptop battery,then plug out the CMOS battery. keep it out for 5 minutes.) After 5 minutes by, put back on the CMOS battery. put it back all together. laptop battery the last one. On the first boot you need to set the time and date. or by pass it by pressing ESC. >> If your Operating System goes >>> right click on clock task bar >>Adjust Date/Time >> set as you wish >> apply >> ok >>>RESTART your unit.
As if you have tried changing the date & time in your control panel plus BIOS.There is nothing left to be done regarding changing date & time. But If your CMOS battery in the motherboard fails,it will always goes back to it deafult date & time.Replace the battery and it will solve your problem.