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Strange issue that have never seen before, my windows clock has started to be wrong constantly from some point today. Have no idea why. I realise one of the causes could be the cmos battery but would find this odd on a relatively new motherboard. One thing does stand out to me though, I have some led's that are attached to the bottom of my main monitor, they plug in by usb, when I power my computer off these do not turn off so therefore would suggest that the usb ports are still powered after shut down, I unplug these at night but did leave them on while swithed off for a while yesterday. I have reset the clock and it still does not keep time.

Any Ideas??
Thanks in advance
post #2 of 7
I'm having the same problem since updating to Windows 8.1. Can't find a solution to it, and I'm dual booting Ubuntu and that clock is always correct.
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Originally Posted by thestraw0039 View Post

I'm having the same problem since updating to Windows 8.1. Can't find a solution to it, and I'm dual booting Ubuntu and that clock is always correct.

It is real strange, I have been on windows 8 since consumer preview so not sure is that. Just powered up now ant the clock has not moved from last night. No bios issues though as surely would be if the cmos battery was dead. I have no Idea lol
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you are having this problem

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?36676-Frozen-Time-Clock-in-UEFI-The-Fix&country=&status=

This guide will help fix it, i was having this trouble as well, followed the steps there, and its working 100% fine now for the past 3 days.

basically, flash to the newest bios available, clear cmos with the jumper provided on z87 boards, go into bios, set the current time. enjoy thumb.gif
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Great thanks, I will follow that now. Thanks for the replies.
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Originally Posted by Ghost12 View Post

It is real strange, I have been on windows 8 since consumer preview so not sure is that. Just powered up now ant the clock has not moved from last night. No bios issues though as surely would be if the cmos battery was dead. I have no Idea lol

I had no issue on Windows 8 but the second I went to 8.1 I started having problems. Thought it was a bug with 8.1 since I updated the day it came out, but couldn't find anything through Google.
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Maybe this will help.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc738995%28v=ws.10%29.aspx

Gave this a try, so far so good, thanks for the link, +rep.
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