Question Asus b350 plus bios time stuck at 30 hours

Apr 12, 2019
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Hi,
I've been having this problem ever since i built this computer about 6 months ago.
Specs:
Ryzen 5 1600 cpu
Nvidia gtx 1060 gpu
Asus prime B350 plus motherboard
16gb ddr4 ram (2 * gskill fortis 8gb)
M.2 Intel 760p 128 gb ssd

Basically, i noticed the windows time and date change continuously every time I'd restart the computer, and it used to fix itself when connected to the internet, but recently it has stopped fixing itself. I'm guessing it is incorrect when it starts due to the bios time being wrong, and now it doesn't autocorrect because the difference in correct time and bios time is too large? I have tried changing the bios time, but when i enter the correct time and date, i press save and the minutes and date change, but the hour shown at the top of the screen does not. When the minutes get to 60, the hour changes to 31, but the next restart it will be back at 30.

(bios before trying to change time)
View: https://imgur.com/5FE2j4J
(date and time menu with wrong date and time)
View: https://imgur.com/Z1VT1uK
(date and time menu with correct date and time)
View: https://imgur.com/snn0Szx
(displayed date and time after pressing save on previous settings)
View: https://imgur.com/JNvopyu


I have tried clearing the rtc ram as per page 14 of https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/B1LcMwlCNGS.pdf
I believe a while ago i tried updating the bios but there were no updates, im not sure if I can force it to "reinstall" (dunno if that's what it'd called)
 
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30 Hours ??? That must be Mars time !!!! On Earth it's 24 only. Something might be really wrong with BIOS. Try to remove CMOS battery for few minutes too, to fully reset CMOS/BIOS. If that doesn't help you may need to flash BIOS (that's right name ) with newer version
 
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Alright i tried removing the cmos battery while power cord was unplugged for a few minutes then replugging in the battery and power cord but it still shows hour 30. Both times i reset cmos, with the pins and with the battery just then, it showed "press f1 to enter setup" when i first turned the computer back on, but when i pressed f1 it went straight into the bios as if nothing changed. ill try flashing the bios now though.
 
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