|"whichever one I go with it runs a check on D, NTFS and after checking all sectors it get stuck with all the info displayed"|
You're still not being very clear. As trvlr stated, the CMOS battery should be changed. But afterward, you will still have to press F2 to enter the BIOS & correct the settings.
What is "D"? Windows is usually installed on "C". Do you have 2 HDDs? If you do & the 2nd HDD is "D", try temporarily unplugging it - it appears to be corrupt.