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Thread: Windows XP date changing automatically

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    Windows XP date changing automatically

    Hello everyone,
    From 48 hours of boot, Windows XP displays the following date DEC 12 2099. So I changed my date to our current dates as of today. But when I restarted my pc, then the date again shows me DEC 12 2099. Note that I cannot also correct the date from the control panel. Who could tell me what is happening and how to correct the problem.
    Thank you

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    Re: Windows XP date changing automatically

    Perhaps, your Cmos Battery is getting over, so change it and see if the problem persists.

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    Re: Windows XP date changing automatically

    The battery was changed a month ago as a precaution because my machine is not brand new but works very well.
    I did an analysis from my anti-virus but there was nothing related to having malwares or adwares. So if you have any other ideas it would be great.

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    Re: Windows XP date changing automatically

    If you type the date, the date will not update.

    If you Insert a Date and Time, there is a box that you need to clear to
    prevent automatic updating.

    Check your bios and set the correct date there also.

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    Re: Windows XP date changing automatically

    please take a look in the "Add/Remove Programs" to see if there is a program installed called "Fix Clock" if so uninstall it. If not then please let me know and I will look further into this for you.

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