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BIOS SIr, My system clock will not be update when i start my computer one day after, i have change New Cells two time but its still same problem kindly tell me this solution. thank you

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Check the Battery Connectors are ok & not rusty. Load Setup defults in BIOS. Change the date from BIOS.
Best Luck..

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