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I cannot find the way to fix the clock on my Windows Vista. It does not show the proper time and it is always behind the actual time. I need to adjust it manually at least three times a day. How could it be fixed, so it will not be so annoying?
Example is if i set the time to say 1200 the next day will still show
1205.or even afther a week still show 1205 untill i set it again. I ahave
restore amy system but still the same
Operating System: Windows Vista.I have read all these article but none of them seems to provide solutions,
Change the clock synchronization.
open the date and time in the control panel
click the Internet time
select automatically synchronize with an Internet time server check box
in the server list, click the arrow, and click the time server you want.
to hibranate the computer, go to control panel power oprtion. select time frame you want the machine to turn-down.
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