Re: Clock has gone slow



On Sun, 1 Feb 2009 18:26:23 -0500, "Peter Foldes" <okf122@xxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

Richard

The time is always dependent on the CMOS battery. It runs on that computer open or
not

No. Time is independent of the CMOS clock/battery when Windows is
running.

DDW
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