i have a problem with my windows 8.1

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  1. donsr

    donsr MDL Member

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    #1 donsr, Sep 12, 2013
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    i didnt find this problem anywhere . whenever my system shut down then start my time will not changing ..means in stop in the last time ... i replaced bios battery but no way the time not change automatically when shutdown ... now am start computer and sync the windows time ..any solutions?
     
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  2. rrohela

    rrohela MDL Expert

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    If time is not changing after shutdown then its not a windows problem...
     
  3. donsr

    donsr MDL Member

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    whats the problem
     
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  4. eydee

    eydee Guest

    First question: What happens, if you use another operating system?
     
  5. rrohela

    rrohela MDL Expert

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    If there are no other problems related to CMOS battery then no idea....

    When you power on PC then what time window show? Always same or different or time of shutdown?
     
  6. PaulDesmond

    PaulDesmond MDL Magnet

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    It looks like the board clock has a problem > hardware
     
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  7. rrohela

    rrohela MDL Expert

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    Or could be windows time change virus/script....
     
  8. donsr

    donsr MDL Member

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    no hardware problem now it happens everytime shutdown then start :'(
     
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  11. MrMagic

    MrMagic MDL Guru

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    lol wut ?

    How would the PC boot up if the PSU was dead? lol
     
  12. FaiKee

    FaiKee Misinformation spreader

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    Don't ever switch you machine on again, you will never grow old. :mml::laie:
     
  13. WinDev

    WinDev MDL Expert

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    This happens on my old computer, when I started computer, after 5 minutes it shutdown without reason, I opened computer and I solved power-supply problem. I buyed a new! :cool:
     
  14. MrMagic

    MrMagic MDL Guru

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    So? The problem has nothing to do with that, did you read the OP ?

    Only problem is the time not changing ! ? !
     
  15. Michel

    Michel MDL Expert

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    I would say the cmos battery needs to be renewed.
     
  16. PaulDesmond

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    read, op said he replaced it already
     
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  17. MrMagic

    MrMagic MDL Guru

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    Guys, this has nothing to do with batteries, if the clock refuses to work inside of Windows, then the PC is already on mains power

    Even without a CMOS battery, the clock will still work, it will just reset whenever the PC loses mains power
     
  18. ace2

    ace2 Guest

    Is the Services for Windows Time disabled, if it is set to Start

    Is Time/Clock disabled in gpedit.msc
     
  19. rrohela

    rrohela MDL Expert

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    OP you need to elaborate this problem, till now you just given basic info.....