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Topic Title: Date & Time
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Created On: 10/02/2004 08:43 AM
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Blue_Fisherman
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The clock display can be set to show the correct date & time and within hours it has changed. I am at a loss to know where to start looking for a solution but one thought I have, could it be an overheating processor?
 10/02/2004 09:48 AM
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bauger
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check you have the correct time zone checked off , or try replacing the little battery on the MB?

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