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For me this was time-a.nist.gov Reply CaniciousMay 25, 2014 at 5:06 pmPermalink For me it worked when I clicked on time on task bar->change date and time settings->change time zone Then Your selected time zone will now be saved and used by Windows 8. I honestly can say that I totally detest this OS for many reasons. Powered by WordPress.

solution Solvedcan changing game's graphics settings many times harm a gpu? Sometimes there is a drift in this time from several minutes to hours in that 7 day period then everything is reset to correct time and the drift process starts again. It does not happens with other programs (not that I have noticed). Mohammed Shakeel 31,131 views 6:29 Windows 8 / 8.1 - How to Take A Screenshot [Tutorial] - Duration: 6:00.

Windows 10 Incorrect Time

thanks for the tip. It is behind, even if I do not restart it and keep it running for a long time, the system time falls behind the actual time. It helped! Diego Guerrero Thanks.

The fix worked perfectly though, thanks! Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom Built OS Windows 10 Pro 64bit v10586.3 CPU Intel i7 4790K 4.5 GHz Motherboard Gigabyte Z87X Memory 32gb(4x8gb Corsairxxx) 2100MHz Graphics Card AMD R295 Contact Us Windows 7 Support Privacy and cookies Legal Top Windows 7 Forums - Windows Vista Forums - Windows 10 Forums old server The Windows 8 Forums is an independent Computer Clock Wrong Windows 7 aryan its still wrong after update :(( http://www.reviversoft.com/ Mark Beare Which update did you do?

Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number HP xw8200 Workstation OS Windows 8 Pro x64 CPU Two Xeon 3.68 GHz Processors Motherboard Proprietary Memory 7 GB DDR2 400 MHz Graphics Card nVidia Windows 8 Time Sync Not Working Your Windows 8 time zone will now have been changed and Windows will automatically update the time. This immediatley fixed my issue. Helped me.

reviversoft Hi Jeff, This is a recurring bug with Windows 8 that doesn't have a fix yet. Windows 8 Internet Time Tab Missing Also, the date/time keep getting reset even after you fix them in the BIOS. The internal clock on your computer is set incorrectly. The suggestion indeed fixes the issue.

Windows 8 Time Sync Not Working

At the bottom of the time and date window, select Change date and time settings. If your Windows clock is wrong, but you're currently able to connect to the Internet, you can easily set the correct time by re-synchronizing your PC with an online time server. Windows 10 Incorrect Time Reply Bill FMarch 22, 2014 at 6:49 pmPermalink Dropbox will not connect and tells me that my date and time are incorrect. Windows 8 Clock Wrong In the Date and Time settings window, click the Internet Time tab and then select Change Settings.

Reply PhillApril 20, 2014 at 8:09 pmPermalink For a bit I kept getting an error occurred while synchronizing, and it would still set the clock to the proper time. On this screen, under the Time category, change your time zone to the one that your computer is currently located in. loupgarous I have a variation on the problem you described. I have seen Clocks change time and mine was doing that for a while, but usually just the hour would change. Windows Time Wrong After Restart

I dual boot, and Linux never displays this problem. Ask ! Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Dell OS Windows 10 Pro x64 Reply With Quote New 14 Nov 2015 #5 evdg86 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Junior Member Thanks for posting!

Hope someone can help me ! Windows 8 Time Wrong After Reboot A time zone is a region that observes a uniform standard time... I think it's Microsoft's issue.

ReviverSoft Bill I'll try it.

The only solution I have found so far is to stop the desktop process, force it to reload explorer.exe, and all works properly for about a week before it does it mmk 356 views 4:04 How To Change Your Computer Default Time Zone - Duration: 2:28. Recently... Windows 10 Wrong Date And Time I had the same problem.

This fixed the problem. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it.Ok Remember Me? Didn't find your answer? So it already moved an hour ahead on the actual weekend to "spring forward" to DST, but then just moved ahead again an extra hour this past weekend.

Since Microsoft can't remember to ask you what your time zone is, you have to manually set it (and correct the clock if needed). I have to open the "Change date time"->"Internet Time" -> "Change Settings" and do a "Update now" EVERY TIME ron w thx mark - it works!