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Computer clock hi The clock on my computer runing on a loop. for example; if I set the time at 5:30 the clock will run to 6:30 and then start again at 5:30. If I don't tuch the laptop for a while and the screen saver comes on at 5:51 when I will start the computer again the clock will go back to 5:30. Thank You Sasi

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  • sasik Apr 08, 2008

    Hi lemon2ade



    The date remain the same all the time. It is the same day every day.



    Thanks sas

  • sasik Apr 08, 2008

    Hi nobe52



    The regional setting is correct



    Thanks sas

  • David Joseph May 11, 2010

    ok strange .. what type of laptop do u have and do u have any software u think that might have an effect on the system clock ..like a task... running...but i am thinking virus on your system... or reg. problem...

  • David Joseph May 11, 2010

    hi there,
    have u checked the regional setting on your laptop. ... and put it on the right settings....

  • One Million Network Inc

    does the date remain constant?

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    I made an error in trying to start up for the first time. How can I get back to the very start of the settings? Each time |I try to do so now, usually a clock with the wrong time starts up.

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Not sure if this will help as my previous experience is that the clock starts at 12:00 each time it is started up.

In my case it was a flat computer battery that keeps the BIOS active when shut down, hence it was losing all it's settings each time it was shut down.

Note: This does not explain the looping, so this answer may be one "just to try" if no other answers come up.

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