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Okay, my clock in windows constantly rolls back 2 hours behind what it should be. I have changed the battery on the motherboard a couple of times with new batteries and it stayed perfect for about a week. Here's the catch. The computer doesn't get shut off. It will restart only when it's been updated. So, I can't figure out why the comptuer clock keeps rolling back.

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Okay, my clock in windows constantly rolls back 2 hours behind what it should be. I have changed the battery on the motherboard a couple of times with new batteries and it stayed perfect for about a week. Here's the catch. The computer doesn't get shut off. It will restart only when it's been updated. So, I can't figure out why the comptuer clock keeps rolling back.

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Anomoly is correct, timezone most likely at fault, that auto changes sometimes if not set right.

Also, you may have a virus or some sort of infection, sometimes they do stupid shit like this, change lil details.
 

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yep... looks like something's changing my time zone from central to pacific. Thanks!! lol for some reason i totally over looked it each time I reset the clock.

However, my next question is, if the time was set correctly in CMOS/BIOS, why is it changing in windows? Don't they feed off each other?
 

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Windows might pull the time off it during an install of the operating system, but will maintain its own clock by itself, and will usually update to a correct time when you hit up the microsoft website for windows updats
 
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