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Time and Date Setting

When ever i start computer the Time and date automatically go back to 3rd April 2006 and Time 12.03AM, i change it and again when i start the computer later on. the date and time changes to 2006 one.

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There is a lithium battery in your computer that needs to be replaced. If you open up your coumputer, look for a round looking battery about the size of nickel.

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This is may be your c-mos battery life ends. you can change the c-mos battery (the battery that you see in the mother board same like watches battery) and check. the time and date automatically changed. it's coast is very cheap.. Try it and enjoy...

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My computer automatically shuts down then restarts again. It's so irritating!


1. Open the Start Menu.

A) Click on All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and System Restore.


2. Open the Control Panel (All Items View).

A) Click on the Recovery icon.
B) Click on the Open System Restore button.


A 'System Restore' window will appear. Here you will have to check "Restore computer to an earlier time'


A) Click on the Next button


Now you will find a window with Dates, Description and Type,

Note: It is better if you could remember from which date you are facing the issue, try to select a date prior to that date.


The detail of that particular date should show "System Checkpoint" and time on the right hand side box. Select that date.


Now, Click on Next and System Restore will start. Click on the Finish button and windows will take a reboot.

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What is the solution to error code 0x80072f8f which occured during window activation?


Try this one.

  1. Click the Start Collapse this image Expand this imagevistastartbutton.jpg, type timedate.cpl in the Start Search box, and then click Timedate.cpl on the programs list.
  2. On the Date and Time tab, make sure that the computer's date and time are correct. If the settings are incorrect, click Change date and time.

    Collapse this image Expand this imagesecurityshield.jpgIf you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password, or provide confirmation.
  3. In the Date and Time dialog box, use the following procedures:
    • To change the date

      Under Date, click the left or right arrows to find the current month in the calendar, and then click the current date.
    • To change the time

      Under Time, double-click the hour, minutes, or seconds that you want to change, and then click the arrows to increase or decrease the value.
  4. When you finish changing the date and time settings, click OK.
  5. Try to install updates again.

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How can i solve system calender problem.I cant fix the date and time.


For immediate results in fixing the date and time on your computer, double click on the taskbar at the bottom of your Windows screen. This is located on the bottom right-hand corner of your screen. The date and time control panel on your computer will automatically open.

Adjust the Properties
Double click the clock. A smaller date and time properties menu will open as soon as you have double clicked on the time at the bottom of your Windows computer screen. To set the date and time on your personal computer, the process is quite simple. You can use your mouse to click on the correct day, month, and year. You will also see an image of a clock on the right-hand side of the properties menu that will display the corrected time that you have entered. When you are pleased with the corrections, simply click on the OK button on your computer screen. Most modern computers automatically adjust for daylight savings, but several older models do not. As a result, you will need to update the time as mentioned.

Time Zone
Adjust the time zone on your computer by clicking once on the time zone tab that is displayed on the same properties menu that opened when you clicked on the clock at the bottom of your computer screen. To set your time zone, you can choose the correct time zone from the drop down menu. Use the small arrow to show the options in the time zone menu on your computer. Once again, you can click OK when you are finished. If you choose to have your computer automatically updated for daylight savings, then be sure that the small box at the bottom of the time zone menu is checked.



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Date & Time Problem


First, you need to have administrative rights to change date and time.
Check whether you are part of admin group or not. To check click on start and click on run, type "control userpasswords2" and hit enter. It will display user information, make sure you are part of administrators group. If not, try logging from administrator and run the same command
"control userpasswords2" and click on your user name and click on properties, go to to group membership tab and select others and then select administrators. This will make you part of administrators group. If this doesnt solves you problem try the CMOS Settings.

Try changing the date & time from CMOS settings. To go to CMOS Setup, restart the system and there will be options highlited to go to setup.. ( eg press F10 Steup ) and play around only date and time setup. Rest if not known to you, do not change anything.

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Date & Time Problem


your cmos battery may be going bad. If you pull the side cover off of the desktop it should look like a big watch battery. Usually when the battery starts to go dead the pc clock is the first thing to go.

Mar 30, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Having problem with a Blue Screen of death and a chkdsk scheduled at start up


Hi,

if this has been a recent problem...try restoring the system to a back date.

boot to safe mode by pressing f8 key on initial dell logo on startup.
you can run system restore which will bring the computer back to an earlier time lets say few days back with the help of selecting the date in the calender in the system restore tool.
To go into system restore tool click on start select accessories and the system tools and then system restore.
Select restore my computer to an earlier time and click the date in the calender box once highlighted hit next and wait till the process completes once completed it will restart the system automatically and will give you a message your computer was restored successfully in case it says not restored then you can select another Bold date i mean a previous date to retry again.

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I would like my pc to be set the way it used to be.


The Way it use to be, When? Remember the date and restore the PC to that date or somewhere then, a few days here or there. How??? Go to Start->Accessories->System Tools->Restore. The PC would take a reboot before you are shifted back in time. But it would be restored to that date which is bold in the calender.

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Date and time error


Hi ya, yeah, my first suggestion would have been to change the CMOS battery, and if you are sure that the one you replaced is new and well charged, then the next thing I would be checking is the time in the system BIOS (rather than using Windows). If you know how to access the BIOS then try changing the time there and then reboot. Power off your computer and turn it off at the wall for a minute or two and then turn everything on again. If your date and time are still correct then you've no more problem (hopefully!). If however, your date and time still change afterwards upon leaving Windows, it is -possible- that there is a 3rd party application on your system that is changing your time/date. If you want to count this possibility out, then take a look at any of the icons in the bottom right of your windows toolbar (beside the clock) to see if there are any new/weird applications running that have anything to do with time or date (some applications adjust your date and time based on your locale and a server on the internet to save you the trouble of ever wondering if your time is right etc.)

Hope this helps point you in the right direction.

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Date and time change


It appears that you have the wrong time zone setup. Right click on the time in the taskbar, select Adjust Date/Time.
Make sure the time zone is set for your location.


Lou

Sep 16, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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