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Time / Date

Just built System using P4P800 Motherboard and noticed that everytime I turn the pc off the time and date do not advance.. I have to change it everytime I turn the pc back on... is the a bad battery??

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Just built System using P4P800 Motherboard and noticed that everytime I turn the pc off the time and date do not advance.. I have to change it everytime I turn the pc back on... im replace the new battery.but same problem??

Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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Almost certainly it's a bad CMOS battery. You can get a new one for a couple dollars at most drugstores. You want a CR2032.

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This could be a service not running, go to your start menu and type services.msc in the run box and hit ok.you will get a service window up with whats running, scroll to the bottom and make sure windows time is started. if you right click on it and go to properties you can set it to automatic then it will startup every time you turn on your pc.

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