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  • afa5rs Apr 06, 2011

    I am not loosing my date & time just thewirelee internert & to wire less printer.



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If you are losing your settings, date, and time. The cause is a bad c-mos battery located on the motherboard, the battery is silver in color round, and about the size of a quarter. It will need to be changed, clips into a holder.

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

  • John Cunningham Apr 07, 2011

    This is a device issue, and there can be any number of reasons for this, check your manual to see if it can shed some light on the matter. If the printer is an HP for example go on line and check to see if there are known issues with your model, and check for an update driver, out of date drivers will cause all kinds of problems.



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