Your clock is wrong. On your screenshot it says it's 2007. You're two years out, manually change it to the correct date, then synchronize the time!
If it won't hold the date (i.e. keeps resetting), then the battery is going on the motherboard.
1. Check for spyware
Malware Byte’s Anti-malware
Make sure systems are clean. Reboot and re-run spyware scan.
2. Remove “bloatware”
PC Decrapifier will help remove a lot of this junk.
3. Configure startups and windows services
See, I love the lumpy idle and the sound like it's about to cut out. That to me is how a V8 should sound. I don't like the refined smoothness of the modern ones.
Still better than a pissy 4cyl, don't get me wrong, but it's not quite the same.
With you on the 'Raris, they sound like enormous...
Yeah, I gotta agree with X, Yank tanks have got the V8 noise right... German mobiles (whilst I love them above all others) are too refined.
Anyway, having owned 3 Benzos I'm more inclined toward them than Beamers, so I present to you the best sounding Kraut V8 out...
I just had this problem with a bodged Norton removal by a client. The computer wouldn't obtain an ip address, and when I assigned manually it still wouldn't go online. Turns out Norton had left some remnants behind, ran their removal tool and everything was fine.
Try clearing out the registry...
I usually recommend WD, but recently amongst my clients I've found every single name brand failing without cause. I have completely lost faith in all the major manufacturers and just buy whatever's at hand, fully expecting it to fail at some point in the next couple of years.
Real sad situation.