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for 2 days in a row i have noticed wrong time in win7

yesterday i noticed it was late about half an hour so i went to sync time online, and then it showed right time

just a moment ago i again noticed it showing wrong time, so went and updated again

i guess it isn't the battery on motherboard since the pc has been off for half a day

so any ideas what could it be?

edit:
or am i just hoping it ain't battery
Edited by Deathclaw - 7/23/11 at 11:53am
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post #2 of 9
why don't you change the onboard battery and see if it works,

also, how long you keep you pc on? the battery is always charging when you pc is on, maybe keep the pc on a little longer each time you use it?
   
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post #3 of 9
is it wrong in the bios or just in windows.
    
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post #4 of 9
Get a multimeter and check the voltage on the motherboard battery. Easiest way and the fastest way.


Quote:
Originally Posted by InterestedThirdParty View Post
also, how long you keep you pc on? the battery is always charging when you pc is on, maybe keep the pc on a little longer each time you use it?
Are you thinking about a laptop battery charging when it is plugged in maybe?
post #5 of 9
Quote:
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Get a multimeter and check the voltage on the motherboard battery. Easiest way and the fastest way.




Are you thinking about a laptop battery charging when it is plugged in maybe?
no, I meant the small battery on the mobo, if the OP has a mobo that lets you see the battery.
   
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Quote:
Originally Posted by InterestedThirdParty View Post
no, I meant the small battery on the mobo, if the OP has a mobo that lets you see the battery.
Never heard of a cmos battery charging. If that was the case we would never have to replace them. That is why i thought you meant the external battery charging.
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Quote:
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Never heard of a cmos battery charging. If that was the case we would never have to replace them. That is why i thought you meant the external battery charging.
wow, I was almost certain that(at least in my case) the cmos battery recharges, but now it seems that OP's cmos battery is dying, which makes sense since the mobo is AM2 and i can almost bet that OP never changed them.

Learn something everyday I guess

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i left my pc on for half a day, half a day it was hibernated, but still plugged in, so if battery is dead shouldn't it still take power from power line and keep track of time (i know my old pentium II did that)?

what's messing with my mind is that it's only half an hour late, if it showed me some stupid time and date then i'd be sure it's battery...
gonna have to dig up another battery to try out, i'm sure i have some lying around somewhere
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post #9 of 9
Quote:
Originally Posted by Deathclaw View Post
i left my pc on for half a day, half a day it was hibernated, but still plugged in, so if battery is dead shouldn't it still take power from power line and keep track of time (i know my old pentium II did that)?

what's messing with my mind is that it's only half an hour late, if it showed me some stupid time and date then i'd be sure it's battery...
gonna have to dig up another battery to try out, i'm sure i have some lying around somewhere

double check your timezone configuration. and also check and see if the time is changing in your bios if its not then its probably a windows error somewhere.
    
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