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Take a look at the time settings on the PC, and when you sincronyze the phone it synchronizes the time automatically. Also, see the sinchronizing options on your HTC program, it might be set to sinchronize the time with PC.
First thing you can try is a hard reset. Which is while your phone is on you take the battery out, leave it out for a minute or two then you put it back in and turn the phone on.
If that doesnt work you can call your customer service and they can go through some trouble shooting steps sometime they are able to help you that why.
The last step they will try is a factory reset of your phone. This will reset EVERYTHING on your phone. So before you do this make sure your pictures and and music are all saved to your external or internal sd card that way you can just reload them after the reset. If they are saved to your internal sd card make sure unmount the sd card in the settings. Also save your numbers to your sim card because it will erase the numbers saved to your phone. Then to avoid loosing your calender set up a google email with the phone and sync the calender to your phone. Then when you reset the phone you will set up the google email again and you can sync the calender again. You will however loose your apps there is no way to save them.
Hi there. If the beep is a short beep then there is nothing wrong with the PC, just enter the bios utility, set the date and time, save the changes and exit the bios. The computer will restart and should boot straight through to windows. Please post back if you need anymore help or advice.