Computer clock not updating
First of all, this is more than a decade old Windows problem! Windows has had problems syncing the system time against NTP servers for as long as I can remember. It has never worked for me personally, and it never has worked for many people out there on the WWW who post similar questions to the one you just posted here.If you must use the Internet to get an accurate system time, then use one of the American NIST's NTP servers. However, using NIST's NTP server has always worked for me, and it has worked for other people too, as evidenced by the many positive results if you read the decade old web forum discussions.To change the time server setting, click on the window will pop up. The default Time zone is based on the location of your IP address.If you travel frequently from one country to another, it is advised to either use Windows additional clock setting or change the time zone according to location. (In the screenshot below, the computer is set to automatically synchronize with gov. In your computer, the current time server should be Here you can choose the server.I simply can't sync the clock on my windows 10 running machine to the internet.When I go to "Date and time settings" and turn the "Set time automatically" switch off and then back on, it either loads extremely long or just immediately displays the wrong time.There, you can change the Special Poll Interval entry from the default poll interval set by your operating system and make it sync every 24 hours.Let us know in comments which of these methods were the most suitable for you.
The other addresses can be found on the NIST website.The other four servers are maintained by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the US. This triggers an instant time synchronization, provided the Windows Time service is running.You can also run the Windows Time Service tool or W32to to configure the Windows Time Service settings. This method works on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8. You can also use the Windows Registry Editor and navigate with the registry key - .Stack Exchange network consists of 175 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers.Visit Stack Exchange I am having a serious problem with my computer.
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