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   It may be my BIOS watch causing the problems I experience with PMDG products. I have a new computer. I have tested replacing the BIOS battery but the clock and date are still showing the wrong value.

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14 hours ago, Ken Wennerholm said:

   It may be my BIOS watch causing the problems I experience with PMDG products. I have a new computer. I have tested replacing the BIOS battery but the clock and date are still showing the wrong value.

Reset the time and date. They are not automatically updating to be correct. Read the motherboard manual to know how to do this.

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Just now, PMDG777 said:

Reset the time and date. They are not automatically updating to be correct. Read the motherboard manual to know how to do this.

   Hi! I have try to reset the time7date in BIOS. I order a new motherboard. My current motherboard is from ASUS. I have a warranty on my computer so I just change it. It did not work to change the battery.

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Time to flash your BIOS.  I had this issue last year and the BIOS update fixed the issue.  Try to update the BIOS they your MOBO software first. 

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Just now, thibodba57 said:

Time to flash your BIOS.  I had this issue last year and the BIOS update fixed the issue.  Try to update the BIOS they your MOBO software first. 

Thank´s for a good suggest! I will try an update.

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