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ASUS Windows 7 laptop cannot keep time! I have checked the bios, and the CMOS battery, and all seems fine. Yesterday it lost 13 MONTHS!! What is wrong?

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Hi charli, did you change new cmos batter , how you checked your bios cmos battery, if you not changed your cmos battery try to change and check it you may get proper time.

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From your description, indeed it does sound like the CMOS battery, however the vest way to check is next time you start the Laptop do the following

1)When loading the laptop there will be a message that says hit F12 or hit the del key etc etc to get into bios, press the appropriate key, if there is no such messgae try the keys F12, del or esc

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However from what you are describing it does seem to be the CMOS battery

If this has been useful please leave positive feedback/vote/testimonial as this will help me greatly - Thank You again

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If the green LED is not lit than there is no power charging the bios battery and every time you boot the system the bios will have lost its settings. If the green LED is red in color, than the problem is within the standby switch built into the motherboard. The standby circuit can not be repaired. Double check all power connectors from the power supply to the motherboard. If everything has a good connection and you're bios settings continue to reset you should consider replacing the motherboard. At this point you have nothing to loose. Install the latest bios update,
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