Nope, don't see that either:Jedi_Master said:That's strange...
Right click on My Computer - Manage - Services and Applications - click on Services, and look for the Windows Time services, make sure that it is not Disabled, and is started, if it is not started, right click on it and start it...
I can't change anything, it will not let me. It wouldn't be a firewall because it's not letting me check the option.Augie65 said:Your first post attachment shows that it has a check to Automatically synchronize with an Internet time server to set your time. time-b.nist.gov is a server in Gaithersburg, Maryland. If you are in a different time zone, you may need to change that.
Also, if you have a firewall running, it may be blocking the connection to the server.
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