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Question'Access is denied' error when calling CreateFile from a UMDF driver PinmemberMember 312670624-Oct-12 5:30 
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QuestionProblem with LAN [Solved] [modified] PinmemberMidnight Ahri23-Oct-12 21:05 
QuestionWhen does windows read its inf files? Pinmember__John_23-Oct-12 2:52 
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QuestionLaptop CMOS battery question. PinmemberPHS24123-Oct-12 0:23 
I've got an Acer Aspire 8920 laptop which I bought about four years ago. It's still going okay with one annoying habit and that's its inability to keep proper time. When I power it on after a few hours switched off the date and time could be as daft as 2003 as it is 2033. Neither the month, day or time bear any resemblance to the actual.

I've never had to replace the CMOS battery in any PC or laptop but maybe this is the first time I now need to. The CMOS battery isn't a traditional coin-like battery. Instead, it's a sort of loom-connected type of battery which is buried in some awkward to get at location.

Question is: do you think it's the CMOS battery that's doing it? Once I've powered on I can eventually synchronise the date and time and it keeps time okay. Only during power-off does the time go a bit mental. If not the CMOS does anything else come to mind?
"I do not have to forgive my enemies, I have had them all shot." — Ramón Maria Narváez (1800-68).
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AnswerRe: Laptop CMOS battery question. Pinmemberdiprofinfiniti24-Oct-12 15:36 
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QuestionCanon DSLR file format Pinmember__John_18-Oct-12 5:26 
QuestionDoes HDD still carry three years of warranty? PinmemberVaclav_Sal18-Oct-12 4:26 
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QuestionHere's An Odd One PinmemberRoger Wright16-Oct-12 20:43 
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QuestionUSB 2.0 Coexisting With USB 3.0 Despite USB 3.0 Being Backwards-compatible [modified] PinmemberKevin Li (Li, Ken-un)26-Sep-12 13:57 
QuestionWindows Media does not play .wav files [Solved] [modified] PinmemberPJ Arends14-Sep-12 15:56 
QuestionXP always runs check disk on start up - no errors found. PinmemberVaclav_Sal11-Sep-12 4:17 
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RantAccess HID token in a Bootloader [modified] PinmemberA_Fa3-Sep-12 21:23 
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QuestionHow to get the properties of more than one display monitor attached to my computer PinmemberNathaniel Lim29-Aug-12 10:10 
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QuestionA couple of questions about graphics cards PinmemberLloyd Atkinson27-Aug-12 8:04 
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GeneralFile folder tables of Windows 7: Home Premium PinmemberBrandon T. H.4-Aug-12 17:08 
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