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    Time Zones incorrect in Windows 7

    After manually setting time and date many times, my Computer which runs in Windows 7 never shows the actual time. How to fix the correct time zone?



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    ajjuravi Array
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    Re: Time Zones incorrect in Windows 7

    If your PC is automatically changing itself to the default Time Setting set by the Company, then it means that the Battery inserted in your laptop or PC is too low or too old.

    You must replace that CMOS battery immediately.

    In Desktop, CMOS Battery is fixed in the motherboard, circular in shape, usually in the shape of a coin and slightly thicker.

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    gauravgpt Array
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    Re: Time Zones incorrect in Windows 7

    Hello Friend

    There are many reason to Time Zones show the incorrect follow these step to set the time zone..

    Method one

    Right click the time then set the date and time then restart a computer if the date and time show the incorrectly that means you computer other problem.

    Method two

    it may be motherboard battery became a week so you replace the battery and put a new battery then open the computer and press F2 button you go to bios setting. here you set the date time then start the computer..

    you find your problem short out..

    All the best!!

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    Re: Time Zones incorrect in Windows 7

    Dear Friend!!
    1. Right click on the clock, at the far right of the taskbar, and click on Adjust Date/Time. (See screenshot below)
    A) Go to step 3.
    OR

    2. Left click on the clock, at the far right of the taskbar, and click on Change date and time settings. (See screenshot below)
    3. Click on the Change time zone button. (See screenshot below)
    NOTE: If you would like to be notified with a notification balloon when the clock changes, then check the Notify me when the clock changes box.
    4. Click on the Time Zone drop down menu and select your time zone. (See screenshot below step 6)
    NOTE: If your country or region is not in the Windows time zone list, then you can use the equivalent time zone according to the table here: How to select time zone for countries or regions that are not listed in Windows time zone list

    5. Check the Automatically adjust clock for Daylight Saving Time box. (See screenshot below step 6)
    NOTE: It is recommended to have this check to keep you system clock accurate for Daylight Saving Time.

    6. Click on OK. (See screenshot below)
    7. Click on OK. (See screenshot below step 3)

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    Re: Time Zones incorrect in Windows 7

    hi dear friend...............first check the time zone settings


    for that click the start menu and go to control panel

    and click on clock language and Region option

    then click on Date and time option

    after change the time zone settings

    And if there is a same problem arises ......check the CMOS battery

    If the CMOS battery expires ...then there is a problem in the internal clock ....which results wrong time ....or not updating time

    so, if there is a problem with the CMOS .....simply remove the older batter and replace it with the NEW BATTERY

    ALL THE BEST

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