I've had that since day one. I just figured it was not sophisticated enough to have the circuit to keep the clock electrified when the unit itself was off. Remember the original PC's? I know, I'm dating myself here, but back in the 80's you had to get your system clock on a card if you wanted one. Now that they are on the main board, they still have a separate battery to maintain the clock and system settings. That's my thinking anyway. Maybe we just both got bad motherboards too. Mine won't report on the battery status either; just shows full until it blinks off.
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