Windows Clock

  [DELETED] 18:14 23 Aug 2003

I have recently built a new PC. For some reason the clock on it is gaining about 5 minutes a day.

What could be casuing this?

  [DELETED] 18:24 23 Aug 2003

My XP clock never keeps time

I just switched it on and it said 4.50pm (its actually 6.25pm!!)

You can use web sychronisation with an internet clock. This seems to be a common problem with Windows.

  powerless 18:35 23 Aug 2003

My cock keeps the time all the time and its synchronised with Windows...

It has to be software that is changing the time. Disbale what you have to start when windows loads. The enable each one by one and you should find the culprit that is changing the time.

  powerless 18:35 23 Aug 2003

Clock even!

  [DELETED] 18:36 23 Aug 2003

May be battery problem in the motherboard,but that i believe slows things down.

Reset your clock and if you normally play a regular game keep an eye on it.I know when daughter played snood it could easily lose 5 mins+.

  [DELETED] 18:41 23 Aug 2003

That HAS BROUGHT A SMILE :) to me. ;)

  [DELETED] 18:42 23 Aug 2003

Freudian slip???????????????????????????????

  Legolas 18:44 23 Aug 2003

Powerless LOL very funny slip of the keyboard

  [DELETED] 19:03 23 Aug 2003

Since it's a recent build there is no software on it yet, except for the essentials.

I use Chameleon Clock 3.01 to synchronize my clock on both of my PCs. There is nothing on my new PC that isn't on my old PC except for graphics card and motherboard drivers.

I'm at a loss to explain it.

  powerless 19:09 23 Aug 2003

It could be the battery then. As its a new build i wouldnt expect it to be. There is only way to find out...

  [DELETED] 19:27 23 Aug 2003

I would have thought that the if the battery was dying that the clock would lose time not gain time.

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