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If it's available in the BIOS it's usually the first page.
If not in the BIOS setting it in windows should do the trick.
Right click on the time in the lower right corner and select adjust time and date.
If the problem you are having is that you lose the date and time on every power down than it needs the BIOS battery replaced.