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Time Problem

YOGESH S. GAIKWAD
Occasional Contributor

Time Problem

My PC time is changing automatically.
I changed battery also.
Still problem not solved.
PC is having WINNT OS loaded.
4 REPLIES
Saravanan_9
Advisor

Re: Time Problem

hi,


first check ur batter it has having 3.v d.c.

and are u log in domain or local user .
domain means, it may take the domain controller time.

Gary Cooper_1
Esteemed Contributor

Re: Time Problem

Hi Yogesh,

That's the great thing about a clock, it does update automatically! (Sorry, but I couldn't help being flippant.)

When you say the time is changing automatically, what exactly do you mean? Was it the recent daylight savings change or is it racing or something?

Regards,

Gary

Re: Time Problem

Hi

Reset your PC BIOS by removing the jumper in the motherboard and put the battery again. Hope this will works.

Saravanan.
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Jon Finley
Honored Contributor

Re: Time Problem

Do you mean that your system time is drifting? Changing ahead or behind to an incorrect time?

Verify your timezone, and if your area uses daylight savings time.

Also you might want to think about using a third party tool to time sync your system to a Stratum 2 or 3 time server.

Windows 2000 and above have W32Time built-in (time server client). The client that NT uses is a bit more basic. See if the following article helps:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;193825&Product=ntw40

Jon
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