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Chris Timms

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Chris,

Back to your original question:

Something you might try. You didn't say what your OS is. (This is for w. 2000, but should be similar in other os). Go to control panel-Administrative tools-services-and look for "Windows Time (may be called a little different if different os- look for the service that controls the clock).

Restart this service. Connect to the internet & browse. See if it syncs to internet time & date and resets clock (you can reset manually).

If it does, the next time you scan w/AWC you should come up with 1 problem in system analysis. Click on "see details". If you show a problem for"clock" or "time", right click and tell it to ignore. Next time you scan it will ignore this service and clock and date should sync to internet. Hope this works.

 

samr.

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