Windows 10: Clock incorrect after restart Solved

  1.    13 Nov 2016 #1

    Clock incorrect after restart

    Sometime in the past couple of weeks, Windows 10 (1511, build 10586.679) has begun to show the incorrect time after restart or when waking from sleep. It's as if the computer thinks that no time has passed since I shut it down; it just starts/wakes up at the same time and goes from there. This is on a laptop, and it's always plugged in, so I'm assuming that means that the on-board battery can't be the problem? [EDIT] Never mind, I found a newer CR2032 cell in a drawer, put it in the computer, and it seems like the problem is solved. [/EDIT]
    Last edited by mc510; 13 Nov 2016 at 23:27.
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