You might have wondered why your system time resets to an older date and time every time you turn on your PC. You will not be able to access some websites if the system date and time is not updated. Only after correcting the time only you will be able to access the websites. This is due to a simple issue. There is one CMOS battery inside your CPU. A dead CMOS battery is the cause for this automatic time reset.
You will also receive error messages regarding CMOS in your desktop. In some cases, it will also prevent the computer from loading the Operating System. These CMOS replacements are comparatively inexpensive. CMOS batteries will typically last for longer time period and you do not need to replace it very often, usually more than a couple years. If you are experiencing any of the above-mentioned issues in your PC, contact PC Help Dock at the earliest.