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MY COMPUTER KEEPS LOSING TIME.
I KEEP RESETING IT BUT IT KEEPS LOSING THE TIME.
SOME OPTIONS PLEASE.
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ggunning earned 50 total points
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get a new battery for your motherboard as when you turn off your
computer the real time clock needs a good power supply, an old battery
can led to poor time keeping
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thanx
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