I used to laugh at the idea of machines having a mind of their own like a car taking you in a direction you did not intend to go or another machine behaving weird. Well, my computer times out; and just now the reason given was that Hubpages was taking too long to load! It times out on other websites too.
My question is how a machine determines what is 'too long'? When I call someone I wait a few rings- 5-10 before I give up. In addition, my computer is saying Monday 12/7/2009. The day is right but not the date.This causes me to question the time.I do not have a dependable watch[drops the time] so I would like to know if there is a website that would have the correct time.The other day my computer, car clock and television were giving three different time!
My Restore System does not have a calendar for restore points. Could that be related to the regression of my computer?
If any time you set the system time correct, you turn off your Pc, and then back on after a couple of hours and you see that Date and Time are not correct; your main board's battery energy has drain and it can't save BIOS config. and date time info.
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