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Why System time got Changed?
« on: 08. June 2013., 11:12:34 »
Hello Friends,

I have a little query about my laptop. Which is that usually my Laptop's System time got changed automatically. I did not know the reason behind it that why this done automatically.
Is any one know the reason behind it?
And if possible then please suggest me that what can I do so that the time will not get change automatically? Is there any way ?

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Why System time got Changed?
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Re: Why System time got Changed?
« Reply #1 on: 08. June 2013., 20:00:48 »
I dunno - change of time zone? Check in control panel? Verify BIOS time correct? 1 hour? Many hours? Minutes differ?

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Re: Why System time got Changed?
« Reply #2 on: 09. June 2013., 07:28:14 »
Maybe you are in a zone that uses summer/winter time?


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Re: Why System time got Changed?
« Reply #3 on: 11. March 2014., 08:00:15 »
if the time on your laptop keeps changing it might be due to bios battery failure.


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