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[Q] how to boot windows 7 on a network time
hello all after changing and changing the CMOS battery on my pc i have come to the conclusion that my cmos battery port is bad and i currently do not have the money to change the MOBO, so my question is, on start up is there a way to sync windows time to a server or something so that it will always be ontrack??? thanks for the feedback and no syncing with internet time via official time app does not work next reboot the time is off again...
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