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vasanthraghavan 03-09-2005 04:13 PM

time and date not correct, after reboot
My PC doesnot seem to be showing the correct date and time. This problem persists even after the date and time was set. After the reboot it forgets the correct date and time information.
Could anyone in this forum help me to fix the date and time problem in my PC?

(These things happened after an overseas trip. When the luggage with my PC was delivered to me here in the US, it was clear, it was opened - the video card was loose and the fan was off its slot!! My suitcase came in a different flight from Chicago - apparently it was opened up by someone in Chicago, because it was where we rechecked in the luggage).

Thank you.

Moloko 03-09-2005 07:24 PM

Did they steal the battery of the mother board?

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Thanks to ALL

Ammad 03-09-2005 11:03 PM


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vasanthraghavan 03-10-2005 11:55 AM

It did not work. Looks like my PC's time/date problem has something to do with bios. Can someone help me on this?

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