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Time Synchronization Problem

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#1 goldenbird15


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Posted 03 August 2008 - 01:33 PM

i have a problem. everytime my computer improperly shuts down like a power outage or something like that. then when i start it back up the time is like at last year. i tried going on that adust time then choosing of those default servers to syncronize but it keeps saying there was a error in trying to syncronize. i tried all of the none of them work.

its happened before but i was able to find this one site that showed me how to do it from command line. but i forgot to bookmark the site cause i didn't think it would happen again. but i can't find it. and windows update and that windows live messenger won't work because the time isn't correct


i fixed it. all i had to do was adjust the time to about the same time/date as it is now :huh: no need for the command line thing

Edited by goldenbird15, 03 August 2008 - 02:00 PM.

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