June 15, 2008 David My Vista install hasn't successfully connected to an ntp time server since I upgraded from XP. I tried turning the option off and on again but nothing happens. Opening up port 123 in McAfee did the trick. December 28, 2007 Debbie I opened up port 123 and used pool.ntp.org to synch and all is well. weblink
Click on the "Exceptions" tab. 6) Click on the "Add" button. 7) Next to "Target", select the "All applications" radio button. 8) Next to "Connection", select the "Incoming" radio button. 9) If you must use the Internet to get an accurate system time, then use one of the American NIST's NTP servers. Now daylight-savings should be automatic, I didn't realize this till after I had posted the previous message. Many OTHER virus-scan and anti-spyware programs do the same thing, not only McAfee, such as Avast, that program has given me issues with even loading the internet. check my site
Why did you turn your 4-hour syncing off? It may be that the battery is low in the mother board that is why it may be falling behind. When I did this, viola! That is until I discovered this link via Google search.
Search Connect with iDownloadBlog Facebook Become a fan RSS Get the latest news YouTube Watch Us Twitter Stay up to date Newsletter News delivered to you Google+ Add us to your I turned off internet synchronization maybe two days ago and my clock right now is 13 minutes behind-probably the worst it's ever been. Note: The following process requires administrator (installation) rights on your computer. Internet Time Servers We called Apple and the answer was: your device has a firmware problem, bring it back to an Apple Retail Store and pay for another phone. #truestory By the way, I'm
Even when I completely restore my windows, it still wont work. Windows 10 Time Won't Sync More like this The State of Windows 7 Satisfaction Troubleshooting Help: Solve PC Problems Without Losing It Windows 7 Satisfaction Survey Video How to Block Ads in Windows 10