Time guard reset/spoil on Windows 7 Professional 64-bit?

Since my computer froze yesterday and I had to hold in the power button to turn it off. the time continues to change. Does anyone know how to say back to normal? I can change it manually, but whenever I start my computer, or start it sleep is always a different time? Please help, thank you in advance.

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