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So this started a while ago, but its really bugging me. My clock keeps dropping 2 hours at a time and I don't know why! This had happened after I tried to run Service Pack 2 (I'm running XP) and it jacked up my system.

 

Just wondering if anyone else had a similar problem and what they did to fix it.

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So this started a while ago' date=' but its really bugging me. My clock keeps dropping 2 hours at a time and I don't know why! This had happened after I tried to run Service Pack 2 (I'm running XP) and it jacked up my system.

 

Just wondering if anyone else had a similar problem and what they did to fix it.[/quote']

 

I am by no means an expert on this but I think that could mean your PC internal battery needs to be replaced. It is a round disk type battery on the motherboard. It might cost about $3-8. Good luck. Hope this helps.

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I am by no means an expert on this but I think that could mean your PC internal battery needs to be replaced.

This happened to my mother's computer. It often times will cause other problems as well. So if you computer is acting up in general, especially during bootup, it is probably that. You'll have to replace the battery. Pouring water into the harddrive will not help, believe me.

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So this started a while ago' date=' but its really bugging me. My clock keeps dropping 2 hours at a time and I don't know why! This had happened after I tried to run Service Pack 2 (I'm running XP) and it jacked up my system.

 

Just wondering if anyone else had a similar problem and what they did to fix it.[/quote']

before you invest money check to see if your clock is set to be synced with the inter net. I had rthat set on my laptop and ended up staying at J.Fo's one night till like 5:45 am because my clock on the lapt top siad it was only like 1:30 am.

 

maybe it's that simple

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