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I dont know why but every friggin time I change the tim eto the correct time it sets it self back 3 hours randomly. Like last night. I fixed it, now I wake up its 3 hours behind. So weird!
    
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maybe you woke up 3 hrs in front?
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Do you have your time zone set correctly? Windows will automatically update it's clock with time.windows.com based on what time zone you selected. In XP and Server 2003, timezone is in Regional and Language Settings, under Control Panel.
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