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strange error messges,funny system clocktimes....

Discussion in 'QnA (read only)' started by bernie, Sep 11, 2004.

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  1. bernie

    bernie New Member

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    reently, my Intel Celeron 1.7Ghz running Windows Xp has been acting funny.

    When I launch a program , an error messge pops up saying that: access violation at "some address(long hex number)" and the application xyz.exe cannot be "read".


    The system date keeps on changing to some starnge years: 10527,556,etc. and the date shown is wrong.
     
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    ur cmos battery is dead
    open ur cabinet ... there will be a button battery on ur motherboard
    remove it and get a new one ...
    the battery is CR2032
    will cost u like 40 bucks or something
     
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    When the above message pops up, i click ok or cancel and my MS VC++ is launched. I'm then expected to debug some assembly code.What's the explanation for that?

    Note:Not all applications have this behaviour.The problem seems to to disappear as soon as I correct the system clock.Huh?
     
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    it_waaznt_me Coming back to life ..

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    Hmmm...
    Please post your Startup info ..
    Better is to :
    Please post your HijackThis Logfile for better assesment of your problem.
     
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