my problem is that I set the pc time and date to the correct one, but when reboot the system the time is again the same old one which in incorrect
date is always of year 2002, I change it everytime to the correct one of 2008 but next time when I restart the system it is again the same old of 2002, I m really fed up with this please help me, what should I do?
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Likely to be a date / time setting problem. Please ensure the date and time are correct on your pc. Depending on your operating system this can be changed by clicking on the clock and choosing to change date and time settings.
That sounds like a database error in the software writing. Reboot to see if the message has gone and the date, time and year are correct. If not try inputting the correct date, time and year and try again. If it still won't run properly talk to the software assembler as it has run out of date marks.
Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, and then click System Restore.
On the Welcome screen, click Restore my computer to an earlier time, and then click Next.
On the Select a Restore Point page, select the date from the calendar that shows the point you'd like to restore to, as shown in Figure 2, and then click Next.
On the Confirm Restore Point Selection page, verify that the correct restore point is chosen, and then close any open programs.
Click Next if you are ready to proceed or click Back to change the restore point.
The computer will shut down automatically and reboot. On reboot, you'll see the Restoration Complete page, and then click OK.
If the pc boots - in the lower right systems tray - there is time displayed - - change that time to the correct time AND day - -if the pc doesn't boot - - DO a reboot - and as right after you turn the machine on - tap DELETE -- don't worry it won't delete anything - - -once you do that [ it may take 2-3 even 4 or 5 tries - you will end up in the BIOS - see the time? Top one - first page - set the time to the correct time and DATE -- then select - save changes - reboot and you will good to go.
A good sign that your battery needs changing - you are always having to set the time and date it can affect the BIOS setting but rarely.
To get to your BIOS setup, reboot your computer and press F2 while it is powering on. You should be able to see what devices are being "seen" by your system.
You need to replace the cmos battery in your computer. Theu are usually Cr2032 batteries which you should be able to pick up for about £1.
unplug your computer and open the case.
When you look at the motherboard you should be able to easily locate the cmos battery cliped onto the mobo.
Take the old battery out and insert the new one.
put the case back on and plug the pc into the mains again.
You will need to re-enter the date etc the next time you boot up, but the settings should be retained after that.
try starting your computer in safe mode and see if you can do anything productive there, like scanning for viruses or spyware. also check if you can do the following:
CTRL+ALT+DEL (open task manager)
goto Start>Run>Regedit (open registry editor)
goto Start>Control Panel>Display>Properties (change display settings)
right click on clock at tray and change the current time to correct settings
if you cannot do any of these activities, then your computer may probably been compromised by a virus or malware.