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Date/ Clock time was wrong and BSOD issues...


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#1 AndyP5000

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Posted 20 April 2018 - 05:55 AM

Symptoms:
 
1.I've had two BSOD's with a legend of 'Bad Pool Header' on reboot. 2nd BS happenned while computer
was on, but I had no appications open. Looking it up this seems memory related.
 
2.My clock and date were incorrect on my PC by around 3 days. 
 
 
Notes: 
 
*Ive never changed the CMOS battery, could this cause my time/date to fail- how do I check it it has charge?
 
*I did have some issues with burning to DVD the other week, had two very large files still wanting to burn
to disk in the queue that were not wanted, I've now removed these two from the burn queue. 
Coud that possibly cause memory issues? (Not had BSOD issues since i did this)
 
*I have reset to correct time/date  now on clock. (It is set to sync online so found that odd).
*Currently clock is still running at correct time (after reboot)
 
 


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Posted 20 April 2018 - 06:09 AM

Desktop or laptop?  System manufacturer and model?

 

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Posted 20 April 2018 - 07:12 AM

 

*Ive never changed the CMOS battery, could this cause my time/date to fail-

Yes...just change the battery, they are cheap. Do that first and see if that  stops problems. If not, post back.


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