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Recently I've been having problems with windows time. Every time I turn on the comp it shows the time of the previous night when I turned the comp off. Im thinking this has something to do with installing a new stick of memory in my comp as it only started happening since then. Or maybe the motherboard battery is dead or the motherboard might be faulty? Anyway I haven't done any messing about with the innards of my comp yet as I want to see what you guys might think is wrong so I can take a methodical approach to fixing the problem.
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The problem is in the battery... when you boot your computer it should say that your battery is low, and needs to be replaced.

If it doesn't, I think it's time for an RMA.
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It doesn't say that the battery is low. Where should it say that? On startup? Should it go straight to bios and say battery is low? I hope that my mobo is not fubared.
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