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System setup - update date and time failure

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Pavilion A6756UK
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The button battery on my mother board died giving mme "CMOS date and time not set" message.  I have changed the battery and using F10 on boot-up have successfully updated the correct time, month and year.  However it will not let me update the correct day (17).  The highest number it will accept is 12.

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That probably means the date is in a different format than what you think.  Typically users in USA list date as DD/MM/YYYY.  I suspect it has the date in a different format.  Since you are in Windows 10, right click the time and date icon.  Pick "Adjust date/time.  When the page comes up, you will see a place to change the format or just set it to auto in the first setting at the top.


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