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[SOLVED] Windows 2000 clock speeds up 11 minutes daily

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by andreadoria, Apr 21, 2004.

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  1. andreadoria

    andreadoria Thread Starter

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    I have checked the Bios clock and it has the correct time when I boot my computer in the morning and so does my Windows clock (which is synchronized to my network) but by noon my Windows clock is 11 minutes fast. I have used SPYBot and Adware and they don't detect anything. Can someone help please. I posted this yesterday on the Security Forum and recieved no response.
     
  2. tnik

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    maybe you live in an area that is faster than everybody else? :D

    only things I can think of is that a) you have a third party application that is messing with the clock or b) something is wrong with your hardware.. I did a little searching on the web and couldn't find any quick fix except this http://www.snsware.net/xptimesync/ if it is the hardware issue..
     
  3. andreadoria

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    A colleague of mine said maybe it's the Evil Empire's fault "Microsoft" and then it hit me, I'm connected to multiple servers Novell and Microsoft, sure enough when I checked the Microsoft Server it was 11 minutes fast!
     
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    great :) glad I was some help.. lol
     
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