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Yesterday I noticed that the time on the computer was reading about an
hour late, and it was fine the day before....so I reset it to the time and
this AM it has again lost time....it is about 45 minutes behind......now
what does that mean??? What are the implications of a slow clock on your computer? would it eventually stop?

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Question by:BilboBaggins
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syfi earned 50 total points
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Two possibilites, one - your battery on your motherboard is dying or two- power management within win98 is not working properly.  Try disabling power management in control panel -->power mgmt
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by:hewittg
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Syfi,
This also refers to your problem.

Glenn

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q189/7/06.asp
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