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The Question ...

computer clock changes by itself?

For some reason my computer clock time changes by 1 hour automatically to be 1 hr ahead of the actual time. Have continually reset it to the correct time but it continually changes forward again. All settings are correct or atleast same as i have been doing for years without having a problem. All hope most appreciated.
Thank you

Tony
July 2005
The Answer ...
 

You pc is on a network where another computer has been set as the master browser and is synching your pc to the wrong time it has. It sounds like the pc set as master browser is on daylight savings time and is one hour ahead.

If there are more than 2 computers on your network, find the one that has the same time as your pc and double click the time in your taskbar. On the "time zone" tab, make sure it is set at the correct zone, if there is a check box on the lower left for daylight savings, check or uncheck as per your location. On the "Internet time" tab, check the box that says "Automatically synch with internert time." This will keep you correct. Click apply and then ok.

If your pc is not on a network then do the above on your pc and all will be well.

ethang5
May 2006
You pc is on a network where another computer has been set as the master browser and is synching your pc to the wrong time it has. It sounds like the pc set as master browser is on daylight savings time and is one hour ahead.

If there are more than 2 computers on your network, find the one that has the same time as your pc and double click the time in your taskbar. On the "time zone" tab, make sure it is set at the correct zone, if there is a check box on the lower left for daylight savings, check or uncheck as per your location. On the "Internet time" tab, check the box that says "Automatically synch with internert time." This will keep you correct. Click apply and then ok.

If your pc is not on a network then do the above on your pc and all will be well.

ethang5
May 2006
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