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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 01-10-2017, 03:31 PM - Thread Starter
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Is this an operating system problem? No matter how many times I try to sync to the internet time or manually change it, it still manages to come out of sync. very annoying. help please smile.gif

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How far out of sync does it get?



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Have you checked the time in the Motherboard Bios? That's often the cause with OS time issues.. Make sure it's right there..

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Have you checked your BIOS time and date settings?

If by out of sync, you find some days it's out by a few years and certain programs don't work on startup because of it, it could be your CMOS battery being at the end of its tether. To be honest, I've had new Motherboards arrive with failed batteries, and I've had them last 7+ in others.

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@TC: If left alone, it will slowly stay behind a few minutes, then hours, days, weeks +

@other two: should I go check in my BIOS then? If it is the battery, can I get a replacement at Walmart or something?

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@TC: If left alone, it will slowly stay behind a few minutes, then hours, days, weeks +

@other two: should I go check in my BIOS then? If it is the battery, can I get a replacement at Walmart or something?

 

All you need is a '2032' battery. It's a very common battery that's used in lots and lots of things.

 

When you say "if left alone", what precisely do you mean?



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If the clock in the Bios is also going out of sync after you've set it correctly, then definitely try replacing the battery. If the Bios is keeping time properly and only the operating system is going out of sync, then I'm not exactly sure what would be causing that. But you could try setting it not to sync the time with a server and just have it on full manual control.

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bad news guys, i just switched out the old 2032 with a brand new one and the windows time still keeps running out of sync. its just that the time falls behind and stuff. and by left alone, i mean it wont exactly try to fix itself. also, please help! bios is good!time works there. sorry, im kinda drunk when i wrote this so excuse my poor grammar frown.gif

EDIT: so turns out the BIOS is also out of sync when it comes to time!!! HELP ME !frown.gif

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bump, please someone help. read the post right above this one frown.gif windows time is out of sync frown.gif

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do you have it set to sync with time.windows.com? have you tried time.nist.gov?

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