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DAN-MACENG

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I've noticed that over a few weeks my clock in windows is off by around 10 minutes. If i reset the clock, in another few weeks it's still off by 10 minutes or so. Is their any way to fix this?

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I read somewhere a while ago that theres a bug with the windows clock, as mine does the same thing. You could download an atomic time sync. program. They supposedly automatically update your clock to the correct time whenever you connect to the internet.
 
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are you both on a server....if so..it's the server's time setting that's appearing..
 

DAN-MACENG

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The computers networked with a router through a cable modem.

No other computers on the network have this problem
 
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