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Time issues part deux

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Profnekko, Jan 27, 2013.

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  1. Profnekko

    Profnekko Thread Starter

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    Ok at the suggestion of a member from my previous topic since this is a new issue that sprung up from a previous issue, I have made a new topic for this one.

    Namely the problem is that for some reason, my clock refuses to stay at the right time, I can change it to the proper time, but then it resets to the wrong time again. I am using Windows 7 Home Premium edition as the OS. Now to filter out the obvious problems, yes, my clock is set to the proper time zone (EST) and yes, I checked the system clock through the BIOS, and it is set to the correct time.

    here is an image showing what happens if I try and fix the clock sync through two different methods, command prompt and control panel.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/474lx6q1pphennt/error.jpg

    The time this picture was taken is 12:47 AM on 1/27/12
     
  2. Profnekko

    Profnekko Thread Starter

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    oh and more information to give, any attempts for me to use a /query to get information only get the result " "The Following Error Occured: access is denied (0x80070005) so getting more information for you guys is kinda hard... sorry And I am using elevated command prompt
     
  3. Lance1

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    change the cmos battery for the time issue.

    For the access is denied (0x80070005) Are you logged in as the admin?
     
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