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TOPIC: Windows Time

Windows Time 11 years 7 months ago #22769

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Recently I am facing a very strange probelm on few XP/SP2 PCs in my network.

.If the PC is shut down at 20:30Hrs.
.When it is turned on next day it starts with the date and time it is shutdown at (i.e 2030Hrs)

I have changed the CMOS Battery.
Also tried disabling WindowsTimeService.

But the problem still exists

For the time being i am using the following software to keep correct time

Has any one faced this kind of problem ??

Any help is appriciated.



Re: Windows Time 11 years 7 months ago #22770

Wow that's unusual. I've never seen that before!
Are all the time settings in Windows and the BIOS correct and "as standard"? If you go straight into the BIOS when you turn the machine on instead of letting Windows load up, does the correct date/time appear in the BIOS or is it wrong there too? That will at least tell us if there's a hardware problem

Re: Windows Time 11 years 7 months ago #22784

I'd have to agree with the bishop, I've never seen anything like that before. I'd be inclined to think there is a hardware fault somewhere.
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