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Pavillion Desktop 590-p0066
Microsoft Windows 10 (32-bit)

Clock suddenly went about 18 hours behind. How can I rest?

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You can change the clock settings by right clicking on the clock - lower right corner - and pick Adjust date and time.

If that date is wrong along with the time, it could be the CMOS battery needs to be changed.

Easy task, the battery is a coin sized battery on the motherboard.


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Yes, Found it. I had forgotten the old "right click" Now to figure how to get to the correct time zone, It has me in Central instead of Eastern.

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