Windows Time wrong

  ened 17:44 10 Apr 2006
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I had a query about the clock on my machine some time ago.

The general opinion was that the mobo battery needed changing.

I never changed it partly because the board was only a few months old but also because the problem seemed to rectify itself.

However this morning it had gained five minutes overnight so I reset it using Windowstime.com.
That was at six this morning and it has been on all day (presumably therefore not requiring the battery usage)and in that time it has gained a further two minutes.

Does Windows xp run the clock when it is running or what?

  [DELETED] 17:46 10 Apr 2006

You might like this click here

  ened 17:59 10 Apr 2006

Thanks VoG™ that looks interesting - I'll certainly give it a try.

But can we rely on the internet time for being accurate?

  [DELETED] 19:19 10 Apr 2006

If you double-click on your clock,click Internet Time tab, you can sort out a time check to suit yourself

  [DELETED] 19:26 10 Apr 2006

Try this click here clock

  [DELETED] 19:28 10 Apr 2006

Sorry messed up the link, Try downloading "atomic clock" free on the net

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