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My macbook keeps shutting down for no reason (full battery) on restart the date and time are back to 2001 and the internet settings have disappeared, HELP!

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Ok - - first off - reset the time - looks like the internal battery that maintains your time and date needs replacing - if your running windows 7 - look for the real thing tag. The RC 7 some people are selling as the real deal windows 7 -and it isn't. Microsoft is causing the fake 7 to shut down. I would also turn the unit over and make sure the fan is working - if you have a cooling pad put it on that and see if it runs longer. Sounds like it is either 1- wrong date and time because the maintenance battery is dead 2- Windows 7 fake edition 3- bad fan motor causing over heading 4- corrupt version of windows. Best of it - Please rate me helpful it really makes a difference for me. Thanks Gary my macbook keeps shutting down - 5a671e7.gif

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