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Hello Roma, and welcome to Seven Forums.
Please update your system specs so we may be able to better help with your specific hardware.
System Info - See Your System Specs
For now, it seems that you motherboard CMOS battery may be dead or close to it, and needs replacing. In addition, double check your BIOS CMOS time and date to make sure it's correct. Next, double check your time zone and date & time settings in Windows to make sure they are correct.
Hope this helps for now,
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