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    In my system tray I have an icon- when I click on it it says Windows security alarm
    on this it says my AVG is out of date, I then got a box telling me to adjust my system time? can someone tell me how to do this please cheers Jim.
    My AVG tells me my anti virus is up to date?

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    Hi,

    Jim

    There are a few ways to do it see if this link is any help.

    http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/u.../setclock.mspx
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    Hi zep
    thank you for your help, I followed your instructions- I found my date incorrect it was set on October? but I had not touched this adjustment; ever ? so I readjusted and restarted my PC and all in now ok cheers Jim

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    Hi,

    Jim

    The only thing that keeps the time set is a bios battery located on the mother board. It looks like a watch battery and keeps the time set when computer is turned off. That's all I can think of that could cause that.

    Additional information here http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/81

    Joe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zep516 View Post
    Hi,

    Jim

    The only thing that keeps the time set is a bios battery located on the mother board. It looks like a watch battery and keeps the time set when computer is turned off. That's all I can think of that could cause that.

    Additional information here Replacing the Motherboard Battery | Hardware Secrets

    Joe.
    Thanks again I will check out your link now.Cheers Jim