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Thread: Internal clock




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    Is it possible to break the internal clock on a machine so it no longer keeps track of time?

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    If it is man-made it is subject to breakage/wearing out.

    If you're refering to the time on your PC being very inaccurate, it may be due to a worn-out CMOS.
    In that case, you simply replace it with a fresh battery. Get the numbers off the battery in your motherboard and check with your local retailers for a replacement.

    Those batteries are often found at department stores, and are not expensive. Chances are it will fix you up.
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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