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    Sys Tray - clock

    Hi,

    When i shutdown my system today and if i open it tomorrow. The systray clock time & date was changed. How it is possible? How can i correct it? It happens every day. Could anyone shed some light on this?

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    Re: Sys Tray - clock

    It could be one of several things:
    Does it always change to the same time and date? - If so, what?
    Does it change on a reboot, or only after you power off then restart?
    Are you on a network?
    How old is your PC?

    Chances are, it is something like your CMOS battery failing and unable to keep your Real Time Clock running when you have switched off your pc.

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    Re: Sys Tray - clock

    <img src=/S/hello.gif border=0 alt=hello width=25 height=29> Leif,

    <img src=/S/sorry.gif border=0 alt=sorry width=15 height=15> for a wrong info. The computer is in a network and it is about 2 yrs old laptop. Actually the problem occurs when you lock the system before you leave. When i lock, the clock stops running and if i logon when i'm back it starts running.

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    Re: Sys Tray - clock

    Are you running any hibernation or powerdown when you lock the system?
    Any screensavers?
    Does the clock appear to carry on at the time it was locked? - i.e. it stops running for exactly the period it was locked?
    (I'm assuming you mean log-off for the day and the laptop keeps running?)

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