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DATE & TIME changes automaically

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I am having P3, 1GHZ, 512 MB SD RAM, with WinXP PC. My problem is DATE & Time setting will changes automatically when I putoff the system & start the system next day & also ACPI will be enabled even if we disable. Sometime system will reboot while at the time of booting ( It will show WindosXP & reboots) then i found in BIOS setup ACPI is enabled after disabling only my system boots.

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When i turn off my pc my pc date and time rest i change the battery but the problem is still same.please help me how i can resolve this problem.
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For starters, thanks for the good description of your system!
If you feel up to it, turn off the computer and open its case, somewher on the motherboard you will find what looks like a watch battery, you may want to start with replacing that battery, - take it out and go to your local walmart or general store and find the same model battery, this should help with the computer loosing time and settings, also if the system is rebooting while starting up I would first take a look at the memory in the computer. Has more memory sticks ever been added to the system, if so you may have two or more memory sticks that are not play well with each other, or you may just have a bad stick of ram. I would test this thory by replacing the RAM sticks or try booting by just using 1 stick of ram and see if the problem still occurrs.

Hope this helps.

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