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I had a problem with my clock and calendar on my pc always when i turn off my computer and then turn on again show me wrong date and hours

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    Have you tried replacing the CMOS battery?


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Make sure the windows time is running in your services aswell, go to your start menu then in the run box type services.msc. i had the same problem on my lads pc and that service wesnt running.

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How do I set day and date? All else is set


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Note:
When the signal is being received (as indicated by the atomic indicator signal)
you will not be able to make any setting or adjustments to the clock.
1. To begin setting the clock, press and hold the MODE button located on the back
of the clock for 3 seconds to enter the TIME setting mode.
2. The HOUR digits on the display will begin to flash. Press the UP or DOWN button
to set the HOUR in one hour increments. Press the UP or DOWN button as
necessary until the correct hour is displayed.
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If you are in the 12 hour time format, be sure you are in the correct AM or PM
time period. When the "PM" indicator appears on the display, the time displayed is in
the 12 hour period between 12:00 noon and midnight.
3. Press the MODE button again to exit the HOUR setting and enter the MINUTE
setting mode.
4. The MINUTE digits on the display will begin to flash. Press the UP or DOWN
button to set the MINUTES in one minute increments. Press the UP or DOWN
button as necessary until the correct minute is displayed.
5. Press the MODE button again to exit the MINUTE setting and enter the
SECONDS setting mode.
6. The SECONDS digits on the display will begin to flash. Press the UP or DOWN
button to reset the SECONDS to zero.
7. Press the MODE button again to exit the time setting mode. The clock will
automatically return to the normal time display mode.
Note:
If no settings are made within 30 seconds, the clock will automatically return
to the normal time display mode. If this happens, you will need to start the time
setting procedure again from step

SETTING THE CALENDAR
1. Press the MODE button (located on the back of the clock) twice (do not hold the
mode button) to display the CALENDAR.
Note:
The YEAR icon will be shown on the display indicating you are in the year
display mode.
2. Press and hold the MODE button for 3 seconds to enter the CALENDAR setting
mode.
3. The YEAR digits on the display will begin to flash. Press the UP or DOWN button
to set the YEAR in one year increments. Press the UP or DOWN button as
necessary until the correct year is displayed.
4. Press the MODE button again to exit the YEAR setting and enter the MONTH setting
mode.
5. The MONTH digits on the display will begin to flash. Press the UP or DOWN button
to set the MONTH in one month increments. Press the UP or DOWN button as
necessary until the correct month is displayed
6. Press the MODE button again to exit the MONTH setting and enter the DATE
setting mode.
7. The DATE digits on the display will begin to flash. Intermittently pressing and
releasing the UP or DOWN button to set the DATE in day one increments. Press
the UP or DOWN button as necessary until the correct date is displayed.
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8. Press the MODE button again to exit the calendar setting mode. The clock will
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