Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2
The most possible cause for that is the cmos battery at the mainboard. Open the case and try to locate a round small battery like this
Remove it and using this as a sample buy a new one (it's about 2-5Euros cost). Repalce with the new one and you are ready. After changing the battery a good advice is to get into the bios settings and check them, because sometimes are resetting at default after changing the battery.
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