Vista clock not updating
You may click on the Start button to start the service. You can also configure the Windows Time service to use an internal hardware clock or an external time source. To do so, open a command prompt as an Administrator, type the following and hit Enter: The Windows Time Service or W32maintains date and time synchronization on all clients and servers in the network.
Microsoft Support offers Fix It downloads that let you do this automatically with a click. If this service is stopped, date and time synchronization will be unavailable.
the funny thing is before i cold boot i go into the bios to check the time and it is correct then i reboot into windows and its off again. if i boot up on monday and shut off monday night when i boot up on tuesday it still says monday till i update it. Being that bios shows correct time, it can't be your cmos battery if bios shows correct time.
WTF could it be.i have search the web for ideas but all i get is to check the cmos battery. I would say check your time zone to see if for some reason it's set to wrong zone. edit: Go in to customize format and reset everything..maybe that will get windows to update time.
If your Windows 10 Time is wrong, to fix the issue you will have to see which of the following helps you: Before we start troubleshooting this issue, it would be a good idea to run the System File Checker.
To do so, you have to type sfc /scannow in an elevated CMD and hit Enter.
then all of a sudden the time was off about 1 hour, then 2 hours then 3 and so on.To do this, open an elevated command prompt and type the following commands one after the other: Reboot your computer and see if it has helped.If nothing helps, check and replace your CMOS battery if it has been drained. If nothing works, make use of some free Time synchronization software.toughguy41--This is not correct behavior, but try something simple which may be a good work around. Select The internet time tab change settings button OK the UAC pop up Use the drop down to select gov Click the update now button. However, if you just bought the PC and have a warranty, I would contact the place you bought it from. gov just worked for me.ok,just tried this one time is now pm i will keep an eye on this one.