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Windows 7: help windows 7

20 Nov 2009   #1
Bik

Windows XP - 7
 
 
help windows 7

Hello! I hope I'm not posting at the wrong thread!
Please help: Since i installed windows 7 ultimate everything worked fine it is just the clock that is not right, everytime i shut-down pc and then start the clock comes back to 00.00 and then i can not use windows update because the clock is wrong.

Please help me with this issue it is very annoying, i have tried some trix but none work, i hope some one here can help me with this,

thanks.


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20 Nov 2009   #2
Dwarf

Windows 8.1 Pro RTM x64
 
 

Try replacing the battery on the motherboard - it is usually a small lithium button cell type CR2032. See your motherboard manual for details. Make sure that the time (and daylight-saving) is set correctly for your locale.

If you want assistance on how to do this, please let us know what motherboard you have and we'll endeavour to find the information for you.
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20 Nov 2009   #3
richc46

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 10, Home Clean Install
 
 

If it is your battery, I suggest that you follow the instructions of the prior poster. A bad battery starts with annoyances, like the time, until you will lose settings and everything else.
If it is not your battery try this. Windows gadgets (its included with OS) has a number of gadgets you can put on your desktop. One gadget is a clock. Try to dowload it, it syncs with internet time. You can set your taskbar clock to sync with the gadget. The gadget syncs, with taskbar clock at a regular schedule, one of which is boot up. Let us know what happens.
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