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Master Geek
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Topic # 220106 26-Jul-2017 15:23
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Today the clock in Windows keeps randomly jumping back a few hours. My PC is win 7 64 bit SP1. What could be causing this?

 

 


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  Reply # 1831683 26-Jul-2017 15:26
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  Reply # 1831685 26-Jul-2017 15:31
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lol. Ok I found out that something is wrong when syncing time with time.windows.com (Date and Time > Internet Time). Not sure why that is... but I chose another server and it corrected the time. Will keep an eye on it.


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