From your Speccy:Uptime
, Current SessionCurrent Time: 11/8/2004
1:32:34 AM Current Uptime: 5545 sec (0 d, 01 h, 32 m, 25 s)Last Boot Time: 11/8/2004
[/b]12:00:09 AMLast ShutDown Time: 11/8/2004
12:08:50 AMUptime StatisticsFirst Boot Time: 11/8/2004
12:00:57 AM First Shutdown Time: 11/8/2004
1:32:41 AM Total Uptime: 47314 sec (0 d, 13 h, 08 m, 34 s)Total Downtime: 4294920881 sec (0 d, -12 h, -53 m, -35 s) Longest Uptime: 10291 sec (0 d, 02 h, 51 m, 31 s) Longest Downtime: 12077 sec (0 d, 03 h, 21 m, 17 s)Total Reboots: 23System Availability: 5262.96%
Your CMOS battery appears to be failing, needs to be replaced. When the battery weakens, many things happen, none of them good. The clock is erratic, dates may be changed...file dates on any files installed after the battery weakens and the system clock changes...will be incorrect, thus preventing Windows from functioning properly.
You need to replace your CMOS battery...go into the BIOS, elect default settings, save the changes by hitting F10...and then see how the system responds. I would suggest that you reinstall anything that you have reinstalled during the last 30 days or so, including any Windows critical updates.
Edited by hamluis, 22 June 2012 - 08:06 PM.