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Hi Sir, This is sunny. I have one problem is that .... Automatically Date and time change after 10 to 15 minute in windows XP systems, there is 5 computer in Network and every computers changed date and time to everyday. I am very suffering from this problem a lot. Can u send me the answers as soon as possible. Please help me...... Thanks in advance..

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Check for virus, run anti virus, clean ur registry keys, fix ur registry key error, if u can do it manually or install reginout to fix ur problem,

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Check your motherboard battery on your motherboard .it might need replacing sunny.hope this helps.also check bios date and time.is correct.failing these solutions you could be experiencing
a virus.use a good virus re-mover mabe trojan remover is a good
viral program.good luck.

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