Computers have long ceased to be something amazing. They have each user.
They can play, to correspond, to do business. In the latter case it is important to time the system clock was accurate.
Otherwise it faces ripped off deadlines, confusion in the documents, and so on.
For the accuracy of the system time and other importantsettings on your computer meets the separate chip, which needs constant nourishment. Typically, the computer switched on and off at a certain time. When enabled, the PC is powered by a network 220, and off from a small battery located on the motherboard.
A small, but important
When the time gets off every time you turncomputer and makes it haphazardly, most likely the battery requires replacement of the motherboard. Prior to this, do not be amiss to check the status of the battery. For this:
1; Computer must be turned off.
2, the power cable is disconnected from the system unit.
3; Remove the screws that hold in place the system unit side cover.
4, Remove the cover.
5, put the system unit on its side.
6.; Find the very battery on the motherboard.
7. C Using a screwdriver, gently bend the mount and pull the element out of the slot.
8; When a voltmeter to check the voltage. Normally, it is 3B.
If the readings are far from normal, it is timego to the nearest computer store. And there is a consultant to help you choose the right item or take the old battery with you and find its counterpart.
When it is not in the battery
Problems with battery the most common, butIt is not the only possible cause of the system failure time. There may be more. If, after checking with a voltmeter everything was OK, we should pay attention to the following points:
1, incorrectly set the time zone. If you live in the same time zone, and the PC Set the other, the system will continually correct the time for which it sees fit.
2, software confuses time. Some programs have their own time settings. When you run, they set up a computer to fit your needs, and as a result suffers from a user. If you carefully observe the behavior of installed software at startup, you can find the problem and fix it.
3; Viruses. Practice shows that this option takes not the first among the possible causes of failure, the system time, but it should not be ruled out. All logical drives need to be sure to check for malware, and enter it into a habit and do on a regular basis.
If you carefully keep track of any changes in the operating system, the user will not have problems with chronological accuracy.