Windows 7 Freshh Install Clock Running too Fast

The problem is the windows clock is running too fast, the keyboard is almost unusable the cursor blinks at a rate that is twice what it should, ect. Every real minute the windows time clock will advance 2 or 3 minutes. I have tried the following two suggestions and both did not seem to  help at all:

Using cmd with elevated privileges run the following and reboot:
net stop w32time
w32tm /unregister
w32tm /register
net start w32time
w32tm /resync

The other suggestion was to  unplug the computer from the wall for 10 min, I have completely powered my computer off and disconnected it from any wall power and still have the problem.

Initially I was having a problem with the time  service not starting so, I changed the windows time service to delayed start as it seemed to have problems starting normally, and after making it delayed it now starts every time.

This is a fresh install of Windows 7 Pro, any suggestions are welcome.

Setup:
Windows 7 Professional
Processor: AMD Phenom II  X4  955 Processor 3.2 GHz
Installed Memory, 4.00GB
64-bit Operating System

Thanks in advance.
cdmt00Asked:
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ShrColCommented:
Odd, is the Bios up to date?
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cdmt00Author Commented:
Yes and the BIOS clock is not out of sink it runs normally, I watched it for a couple minutes.
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ShrColCommented:
This sounds like low level hardware to me, given the keyboard issues as well. Does the bios have a backup battery, removing that should reset its settings - might be worth a try.
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Nenad RajsicCommented:
Cdmt00
the problems is probably related to your motherboard. i had a similar problem when i upgraded my ASUS laptop to win7.

there is no real solution here but have a look at the following 2 threads:

http://vip.asus.com/forum/view.aspx?id=20091005082214937&SLanguage=en-us&board_id=1&model=M4A785TD-V%20EVO&page=3
http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en/w7repair/thread/3bca34bb-d006-4ddb-94aa-5d99c64d28a1
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cdmt00Author Commented:
ShrCol,

Thanks removing the BIOS battery and resetting the system values worked.
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ShrColCommented:
No problem, enjoy.
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