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Solved: Connect Bio-metric time clock to another network?

Q: Solved: Connect Bio-metric time clock to another network?

The company I work for has recently gotten a new Internet connection at their farm across the street. Originally the time clock was placed there and monitored over the LAN on the computer that I am at right now. Now that there is a new connection I need to know how to connect the time clock on the other internet connection to this PC. Networking has never been my strong suit. any help would be appreciated!


P.S. The time Clock is an anviz EP300 and the PC is running windows 8.1

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A: Solved: Connect Bio-metric time clock to another network?

Hi Bumbers, and welcome to TSG.

Does the new connection at the other building have at least one static public IP address? If not, things may get a bit more complicated.

Beyond that, you will need to set up whatever modems and routers are being used across the street to port forward from the Internet public IP address to the private IP address of the time clock on the LAN. Having the time clock use a static IP address on the LAN, rather than get its IP address via DHCP would also simplify things.

It appeared to me that only registered users on the Anviz web site can download product manuals. I have no idea if or how the time clock can be properly configured to use a static IP address, the port numbers used, or the type of security it offers. Once you have port forwarding configured, the time clock will be exposed to attacks from the Internet.

After you have everything configured at the other location, you should be able to use the public IP address of the other location to access the clock from your location.

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Hi all,

I have 2 adapter, same model same speed. When I use "route print" command to check the table, they are the same metric.

I need to use the designated adapter to connect a server. How can I make sure this adapter is higher priority in the route table. 
Remark: This PC is not allow to set the route table. I have to use the automatic metric algorithm.

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I have a computer which seems to have the BIOS Hardware RTC broken (Time in bios gets reset to the same value every time the computer is shut down, battery has been replaced and is ok).
Windows always has the wrong time when booting and if the windows clock is changed, after some time it somehow syncs again with the hardware clock and getting wrong time again.
Is there some scheduled task, which does the second time sync? I want to set this computer up to get the time from time.windows.com or some other ntp server at boot and completely ignore the hardware clock. The computer always has a steady internet connection
and is not a part of a AD domain, just a simple machine to do office stuff and browse the web.

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I would like to overclock my Celeron D 2.8 GHz cpu. Anybody no how to do this safely? Thanks.

A:Solved: time to over-clock

Have a look at the "Overclocking and Cooling" forum here: http://www.hardforum.com

(My expertise is more fixing PCs, not doing things that may break them).

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At least once a week I have a problem with the clock not having the right time. Is there a way to resolve the problem with the clock? I am using Windows XP Professional. SP2

A:Solved: Clock won't keep the right time

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Just uprgraded to Windows 7 Ultimate with no problems at all...
...apart from that when I load 'Chrome Bird' (a twitter app for Chrome), all the posts are 8 hours out e.g. a post that has just been made says it was posted 8 hours ago. The problem has gone onto my iPhone aswell, as now my facebook and twitter apps do the same with the 8 hour time difference!

I know it may seem trivial, but any help would be much appreciated!

Thanks, Adam

A:Solved: Time/Clock Problem

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Hi guys, I have a quick question. How would I go about switching the clock on the taskbar to 24-hour military time? I have looked around but can't seem to find an option for it.


A:[SOLVED] Setting the Clock to 24-hour Time

Hi Matt !

Go to control panel => regional and language options => customize => time and change the time format there.

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HI, I am running Windows 7 64-bit, Service pack 1. I recently began a new job and a softphone was installed on my computer via IT support. I had no problems with the time. Yesterday when troubleshooting some problems with the software, the IT guy mentioned I had a couple of Windows updates that needed to be installed. After we disconnected (time was still current and correct at this point), I installed the updates and rebooted. Later that evening, I noticed that my time was 1 hour off. I went in and manually changed the time and it was fine. About 20 minutes later, it had reset itself back to 1 hour ahead. This time I went in and chose a different server and had it re-sync itself with that new server. I reset the time and about 30 minutes later, I noticed it had changed itself again. I am not certain when it is doing it, but it does do it. This time, I went in and made myself mountain time and corrected the time. I thought stupidly that if it was boosting itself an hour ahead of CST that maybe it would rectify itself if I moved to Mountain time. Nope, again it set itself to the time of EST. No matter what time zone I chose, it is going to reset itself to whatever time EST is. It doesn't change the zone, just the time. I rebooted and checked my BIOS time. I was incorrect but I corrected it. I rebooted again and the BIOS time was correct and is still correct. No matter what I do, that time will change about 15 to 20 minutes after I manually change it.

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A:[SOLVED] Problem with Windows Time Clock

Set the time in your router also.

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The clock shows the correct time in the Sys Tray and in the Bios.

Emails received show the sender sent them one hour later than they were actually sent. Emails I sent show they were sent an hour later than I actually sent them. This is the same for my Outlook Express emails which are on Dial Up with the provider Orange and my AOL provider wireless broadband emails.

In Outlook Express the message printed to say the email has been checked for viruses shows the correct time.

In Outlook Express the times of all the emails stored for a couple of years Inbox, Outbox etc have all had their times changed by one hour.

The Mini Note has XP3 SP3 installed.


A:Solved: Date Time Clock problems

Make sure you have the correct time zone. May also be a question of "Daylight saving changes".

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Look something like this:


I'm using vista.

A:Solved: translucent wallpaper cpu clock, time, date etc.

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I like the Windows Vista Sidebar clock but everyday when I boot up I have to go into Add Gadgets, then click on clock to re-set the time. I've tried clicking on Options when the sidebar is open but nothing ever happens.

I've been so mad with this that I finally switched off the complete sidebar but I do miss the analogue clock. Re-setting it to my GMT time zone every day is a complete chore.

Does anyone have a solution to this?

A:Solved: Vista sidebar clock won't stay at the GMT time I set

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My PC Clock got set to military 24 hr format. Does anyone know how to set it back?

A:Solved: Resetting PC Clock from Military to Standard Time

Control Panel - Regional and Language

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Windows XP: My Windows clock is stuck on military (24-hour) time. How do I change it back?

A:Solved: Windows Clock Stuck on Military Time

Open Regional and Language Options in Control Panel. On the Regional Options display click Customize, then in the next window click the Time tab. For Time format choose h:mm:ss tt

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Hey folks,

I have been having a problem with my notebook... I use it daily for work, and shut-down at night. When I go the boot up the next morning the clock is showing yesterday's date and a time from last night...?


SOLVED!!! It was a battery problem. Uninstalled the battery and power drivers and it's fixed.

A:Solved: Notebook Clock Hijacked? Time/Date is off.

Please help.... anyone?

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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows XP Professional, Service Pack 3, 32 bit
Processor: AMD Sempron(tm) Processor 3400+, x86 Family 15 Model 95 Stepping 2
Processor Count: 1
RAM: 3070 Mb
Graphics Card: 128MB ATI Radeon X1300, 128 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 71476 MB, Free - 42433 MB;
Motherboard: Dell Inc, 0HY175
Antivirus: None

My system clock is losing time. If it is simply the battery, I think I am up to replacing it with no problem. But, since text from applications appears to be fading also, I am suspecting that perhaps the operating system is having a problem. Any thoughts/comments will be appreciated. Thanks

A:Solved: System clock losing time and fading text.

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I get an error message when trying to synchronise the clock with an internet time server. Either the operation times out or otherwise fails to connect to the server.

I have tried disabling the Firewalls to no avail.

Any ideas of a resolution or what I can try?


A:Solved: Error message when trying to update clock from internet time sever

Chose a different location from the drop down box. Windows 8 here and I have 5 locations to chose from.

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My computer clock is very accurate but the Windows sidebar clock has recently been showing the wrong time - sometimes by as much as two hours or more. I've tried to find a way of re-setting it but can't.

I have a Dell Inspiron laptop running Vista HP SP2 and my browser is FF. Avast is my antivirus and I also run Malwarebytes. These have been running for quite some time now and the clock hasn't been affected until the last few days - after I increased the overall font size. I've changed it back again but the clock is still way out. The only way I can get the right time is to switch off the sidebar facility for a day or two then re-start it. However, the clock shows the wrong time next time I boot up.

Any ideas?
runs very slowly the

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A:Solved: Vista sidebar clock constantly shows wrong time

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anybody know why my clock in windows is automatically changing time back one hour?

i am not shure what triggers it but every now and again i notice that the time on the bottom right hande corner of windows goes back an hour. if a manually change it it will change itself back after a few days.

here is my HJ log, anybody see anything weird?

Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.1
Scan saved at 20:43:49, on 27/05/2005
Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP2 (6.00.2900.2180)

Running processes:
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccEvtMgr.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\VS7Debug\mdm.exe
C:\Program Files\Norton SystemWorks\Norton AntiVirus\navapsvc.exe
C:\Program Files\Prevx Home\PXAgent.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\Security Center\SymWSC.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccApp.exe
C:\Program Files\Browser Mouse\Browser Mouse\1.0\lwbwheel.exe
C:\Program Files\Alcatel\SpeedTouch USB\Dragdiag.exe
C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0\b... Read more

A:Solved: anybody know why my clock in windows is automatically changing time back one hour?

CONTROL PANEL - DATE and TIME - Time ZOne - Make sure you have the right time zone and adjust for DST checked

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OK, have vista Home Premium, HP, new pc, did not come with network adapter, bought a Level One wnc-0600usb wireless adapter. installed software everything is great, but will not let me connect to network I setup.
I called at&t (my isp provider), I was on thephone for 2 hoursm doing all kinds of stuff. I got on to the internet, but after I hung up the connection went away after a few minutes, now the only way I can connect is to "go to networks available, then manuall enter all account info then it will let me on, but it does not stay on for long. The modem is in the basement and it is connected to my sons desktop with a j6 cable(XP), no problems, my 2 daughters have dell laptops one Vista, one XP, they connect wirelessly no problems....anybody have any ideas? I am going to call at&t back and try with them again, but I have founf that they are not the sharpest tools in the shed.

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I have two wireless PCs, one is a laptop with Vista 32bit and the other a desktop with Vista 64bit. Otherwise they are configured with all the same software. The Vista 32bit PC connects to the wireless network in 5-10 seconds at start-up. The Vista 64bit takes nearly two minutes to connect to the network at start-up, from the time the network icon appears with the red X to the time it shows connection and the red X disappears. After they are connected to the network, both run normally. I have searched the net and found several issues relating to slow internet speed with Vista 64bit, but nothing addressing the initial network connect time. Any ideas what may be causing the difference? I have verified drivers are up to date, and compared all the network properties settings between the two systems. So far, no idea why the 64bit system takes so long to connect to my network. Any suggestions appreciated. Thanks.

A:slow network connect time

Hi ron and welcome to the forums.

I had the exact same problem until last week when I re-built my desktop computer and installed Vista x64 instead of x86. I also struggle with that for many many months to the point of just learning to live with it. What I did remember is that there were several apps and services that had a "delayed start" (check your services and also type msconfig at the "Run" box). I bet my problem was the network disk that couldn't be found no more (I unplugged my old-old system months ago from the network). After the "One or more devices could not be found in your network" bubble/message, the "X" turned into a little world and had no more problems.

Try installing the TuneUp Utilities 2009 and running EVERY tool in there. It should fix it.


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Hello, I have been trying to figure out how to set up my network so I can benefit from the use of having 2 Isp network connections running to my house! ive read that i can use a Dual wan router to acheive this, but i ask the question why do i need to buy the dual wan router when i have two ethernet connections on my motherboard?

So my dilemma is will the motherboard be able to load balance the same as a dual wan router?
In other words:~

Isp 1 - Modem 1 - Ethernet connection 1 (on Motherboard) - Internet
Isp 2 - Modem 2 - Ethernet connection 2 (on Motherboard) - Internet

with these 2 connections will i get load balancing?

Lets be honest i am not too clever at this so be as basic as you canplease...

A:2 Network ISPs can i connect to both at the same time?

I think it will be theoretically possible, but not sure if it will be achievable or not - it would depend if your motherboard supports load balancing in the first place, as I am pretty sure the OS will (after all, I used Load balancing with 3COM NICs in XP way back when)....

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Hi there! I'm running windows xp home on an hp pavilion a400n, although I'm not sure that matters. I also use Firefox as my default browser.

I've downloaded a Google gadget, the calendar, to my desktop. I use the google calendar as my primary appointment book.

The problem is that the time in my calendar gadget and the time in my actual calendar aren't matching. I enter an appointment into my calendar, and then refresh my calendar gadget to see the updates, and the times on the gadget are on hour earlier than the actual calendar.

In trying to figure out what's happening, I also noticed that the timestamps on my messages, incoming and outgoing, are the same time frame off. When a message comes in or goes out, it immediately shows that it's an hour old.

I went in and made sure the operating system clock and the google gadget clock are on the same time and showing the same DST settings. But I'm still having the same problem.

Is there another clock setting I'm missing?

Help, please!


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Hi, there's this online chat I go to all the time and starting last night, everytime I go there I get this message from kaspersky saying network attack blocked Scan.Generic.TCP attacking computer has been blocked and then I get disconnected from the chat. Can someone tell me how I can fix this because I like going to that chat and I want to continue going there without being disconnected. Thanks. Oh also, sometimes when I go the site now instead of the chat, this message appears.

Failed to Connect

Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at s-url.info.

Though the site seems valid, the browser was unable to establish a connection.

* Could the site be temporarily unavailable? Try again later.
* Are you unable to browse other sites? Check the computer's network connection.
* Is your computer or network protected by a firewall or proxy? Incorrect settings can interfere with Web browsing.

A:Network attack every time I connect to chat?


You already have an open thread.

As per forum rules:



This refers to posting the same question or same replies in multiple areas of the site (also called flooding). Please only post only once. If you feel you have posted in the wrong forum, contact a Moderator or Manager, who will move the post for you. This also includes the creation of multiple new threads on the same or similar topics and sending PM's continuously to one or more Staff members.

Subsequently, this thread is closed.

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I have a 4 year old computer that runs perfectly, except when I turn it off at night and then back on the next day, I loose a few hours on the time date at bottom of screen. I ajust each time I use it but the same thing happens each time I turn it off. Could it be the clock battery or ? My operating system is Windows XP Home
Thanks Lc

A:Windows XP time/date clock looses time after shut down.

Welcome to TSG...A bad CMOS battery will cause your machine to lose time. If the system is four years old, you're eligible for that issue...also, if the system has spent any lengthy amount of time (weeks or more) unplugged from AC power, it's more likely to happen.

Next reboot (after leaving it overnight), enter BIOS (setup) and see if the time there is slipping as well.

The battery itself (if that's what's bad) is cheap to replace...less than five bucks.

Please give us some specs on the hardware-make, model, etc.-and we can help you with battery replacement instructions.

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My laptop is connected my home wifi router. but each day it is prompting password.

A:Prompt wifi password each time i connect to the same network.


Two things for you to do:

- Update your Wi-Fi adapter's driver to the latest driver.

- Remove all your wireless network profiles to refresh your wireless connection, here's a Tutorial by Brink. Manually re-add your SSID or wireless network with the correct pass-phrase.

See if the above suggestions worked, if not we'll move on to the next troubleshooting task.

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The computer clock in my Windows 7 b7100 installation has been gaining about 30 seconds per day. I have tired setting the clock in Win7 to synchronize with time.windows.com and 4 different government servers. But with each set individually, the system clock never seems to be updated, and gains time every day.

In the past few weeks I've tried going to this registry:


And changing the default value of 604800 for the DWORD 'SpecialPollInterval' to 86400 (1 day) and 3600 (1 hour). But the system never synchronized the time after waiting 1 day and 1 hour respectively. I have to do it manually every day with Win7's 'Date and Time' > 'Interent Time' > Change Settings' > 'Update Now'.

This same system has never had any problem with synchronizing time with installations of Windows XP and Windows Vista in the past.

Does anyone have any idea what may be causing this?


A:Clock gains time with synchronized Internet Time set

I know it's a long shot, but have you checked your BIOS?

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For some reason my laptop takes forever to connect to a shared drive on my desktop on my home network. I've tried connecting to it by mapping the drive and through windows explorer and same thing. Sometimes it won't even connect at all. I don't have this issue with other computers on the network. And when I say a long time I am meaning like 5 minutes or more. At first it was maybe only 1-2 minutes but it is getting worse. My mouse icon has had the spinning ring around it trying to connect the whole time I have been writing this. Does anyone have any suggestions?

Both computers are Win 7 pro x64 with sp1. Desktop is wired directly to the router and laptop has excellent signal strength. Both have DHCP reservations set in the router. The way I usually connect is by starting a run box and typing \\[desktop pc name]\[share] then it just spins for a while.

A:Laptop taking a long time to connect to network share, if at all.


From your laptop's Device Manager, locate the network adapter in question, right click on it, choose Advanced Tab, find link Speed and Duplex. Change the Auto Detect to Auto Negotiate 1000 or 100mbps. See if it helps.

Firewall or Security Software might be also interfering.

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The time on your clock keeps changing to the wrong time. First, make sure your clock is set to the correct time zone. Right click the clock.Select adjust date and time.Next select change time zone. If your time zone is correct you may have a bad CMOS battery but you can get around it by having the system sync more often with the internet time.Go to startType task and hit enterClick the arrow on the left next to task scheduler LibraryClick the arrow next to MicrosoftClick the arrow next to windowsClick the folder Time SynchronizeAt the top right click SynchronizeClick propertiesGo down and check run with the highest privilegesClick the triggers tab at the topDouble click the trigger that is listed in the boxAt the top Begin task at start upUncheck delay taskCheck repeat task (change to 5 min)On the right hand side change duration of indefinitelyClick OK twiceExit Task SchedulerPower off the computer and see if it works Clicking the White Kudos star on the left is a way to say Thanks!


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A:The time on your clock keeps changing to the wrong time.

Hope this helps! Have a good day.

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I am completely puzzled by my PC's behavior for the past 48 hours. I was on windows 10 but it had been hanging up and freezing ever since I installed the anniversary update a few days ago so I reinstalled windows 7. Everything went the way it should, but after I installed it and got the wifi up and working that's when things went south. I connected to my 2.4ghz network with no issues.. proceeded to download the rest of the drivers and software that I needed with no troubles. Then I decided to switch to my 5ghz network for gaming and the second I enter the wpa2 key and it connects to the network, the computer freezes and blue screens without exception. I ran chkdsk, and mem test and everything checked out with no errors. My temps are all very low, and all of he hardware is a year old tops. I have used this exact windows version before with the same boot media and drivers and never had an issue like this. I tried updating the drivers, and using windows 8.1, and windows 10 drivers but the issue persists. It simply won't connect to the 5ghz network without blue screening for some reason. 
If I had to guess I'd say it's the motherboard? But I don't know. Do you guys have any thoughts on this issue? 
Thanks for reading.




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In 'Taskbar and Start menu Properties', Volume, Network & Power icons are greyed out but Clock is still fine.

Please advise.

A:[SOLVED] Volume, Network & Power icons are greyed out but Clock is still fine.

Hey russbern

It might have something to do with the display options for the notification bar found in the registry editor. Sometimes these files get logged up with past icons from unused and unistalled software and the icons remain, I suggest cleaning the files out and restarting explorer to fix this

1. Select Start, Click Run and type Regedit Press Enter.

2. Navigate to the following registry key:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\Local Settings\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\TrayNotify

3. On the right hand side select and delete

4. Close Regedit

5. Press CTRL + SHIFT + ESC to bring up Task manager

6. Under Processes click Explorer and select End Task

7. Select File and New Task

8. Type Explorer.exe and press Enter

When you go into your Taskbar and Start menu properties you should see that at first the icons are still grayed out, after ten minutes or after a restart these options should come back and are then useable



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I am trying to compare between two video cards that are very similar, and I'd like some other opinions on which would be the better purchase. The differences are subtle but I am not experienced enough to know how large the effective payout difference will be.

The first card is here:

It is a SAPPHIRE Vapor-X 100273L Radeon HD 4850 1GB 256-bit GDDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card. The Core Clock is at 650 MHz, the Memory Clock is at 1000 MHz. The final price would be $102.

The second card is here:

It is a HIS H485FM1GH Radeon HD 4850 1GB 256-bit GDDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card. The Core Clock is at 625 MHz, the Memory Clock is at 1986MHz. The final price would be $109.


My comparison so far is that Card 1 has 25 more MHz Core, but 986 Mhz less Memory Clock.
Warranties are the same.
I cannot truly tell, but it seems like the fan on card 1 is less robust than card 2. Can someone confirm this?
As far as my research has led me, the manufacturers themselves are not very different.
GRAM, SPU's, etc., are all identical between the cards. The main difference is in the two clock speeds.

The most major question is this: will a gain of 25MHz in the core clock be more beneficial to high-end gaming with a loss of 986 MHz in Memory Clock? My gut feeling i... Read more

A:Solved: Quick Video Card Comparison - Core Clock vs Memory Clock

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Running Windows 2000. Is there a way to set the clock 10 minutes fast, and the computer hold that time? I work at a place which allows patrons use of 2 terminals. We have an issue getting people to log off a few minutes before closing. We would like to have the clocks on these two terminals to be 10 minutes fast. We have set the clocks fast, but when the computers are rebooted the clocks are reset to the correct time. Any help would be appreciated.


A:how to set clock to WRONG time and it keep this time?

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Hi have a big problem at the school that i work at:

all of a sudden, the network has fallen over.

what is happening is some of our clients will authenticate on one server, some clients will authenticate on the other server and some wont authenticate at all and produce an error message stating that

"There is a time difference between the client and server and is unable to log you on"

the odd thing is, the servers can not see each other. if we go to my network places on say our admin server, and try to connect to the pupil server it will say

"the servers clock is not syncoronizing with the primary domain controllers clock"

If we try to force a replication on the servers, we get the message

"there is a time difference between the client and server"

i think we have established that is a problem with the time settings on the server but dont know where to start

any ideas!!!

any help to websites or info will be very useful

Your help is appreciated

A:Solved: member servers clock not in sync with PDC clock

Have you tried setting the time using, net time /setsntp:yourpdc

in a command prompt and then restarting the Windows Time service?

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Here is the deal. I am running Windows XP SP2 on my home tower (custom built). The tower is hardwired to a Linksys WRT54GS router. The tower does not have a wireless NIC. There are a few other computers that access this small network at various times.

The router is using WPA-PSK encryption. Wireless MAC address connectivity is enabled.

I bought an HP 1022NW Laserjet printer and tried connecting it to the wireless network using the enclosed getting started guide. I initially tried connecting it in ad hoc mode because I believe this is what I should use in my home office. No dice. Nothing was recognized. The only printing success I got was when I hooked an Ethernet cable directly to the router. After unplugging the cable, I had no luck printing wirelessly, even though I tried also configuring the installation for infrastructure mode, where the printer was recognized but still would not print once the cable was removed.

I have taken the printer's MAC address and added it as a trusted endpoint in both my router's configuration table and in my firewall (Norton Internet Security). However, that has also not helped.

Some advice I have read is making sure QoS is disabled on the router and also making sure that the SSID and pass key for the printer match that of the router. It should be easy to make these changes to the printer, but I cannot access the embedded web server in this printer to make these changes. Also, one source said to make sure the printer is on the sam... Read more

A:Solved: Network ready printer will not connect to home office network

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Up until this afternoon, i had been able to access my wireless network fine. However, I had taken my computer outside, and tried to connect. I was not able to, and had xp try to "repair" the problem. No luck. I brought it back into my room, but it still didn't work. It will say "acquiring network address" on and off, but never connect. Everyone else in the house can connect to it fine, and i can still connect to it through ethernet cable, and to other wireless networks besides this one. I ran a diagnostic, where it said that the network keys did not match up, i checked them, and the diag report gave me this.

Can anyone help?

Last diagnostic run time: 12/21/11 17:02:46 IP Configuration Diagnostic
Invalid IP address

info Zero ( IP address detected
action Automated repair: Renew IP address
action Releasing the current IP address...
error Error releasing the current IP address: The system cannot find the file specified.
info Zero ( IP address detected
action Automated repair: Reset network connection
action Disabling the network adapter
action Enabling the network adapter
info Network adapter successfully enabled
info Zero ( IP address detected
action Manual repair: Reboot modem
info Zero ( IP address detected
action Automated repair: Renew IP address
action Releasing the current IP address...
error Error releasing the current IP address: The system cannot find the file specified.
info Zero ( IP ... Read more

A:Solved: Cannot connect to wireless network(can connect to others)

Disable encryption on the router and try to connect that way. If successful you can probably re-enable encryption and reconnect.

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For some reason I just cannot get my ps2 and my pc to connect at the same time, via router. I have to have one or the other off, or unplugged from the router for the other to connect. If I have the PS2 online and then try logging into the internet through an instant messenger or something I get the "Network cable disconnected" notification from the PS2 . I also can't get two PS2s to connect for LAN games either if that helps.
My setup:
Cox High Speed Internet
Linksys Cable Modem
Linksys Router
multiple ethernet cords, all the right kind.

A:Solved: Can't connect PS2 an PC at same time

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I recently reformatted my computer and reinstalled Vista to it. I installed all the necessary drivers etc. and rebooted. But it still says "You are not connected to any networks" when the light on my router says that i am connected to the home network. It keeps saying to insert a network cable.
In the devices manager, the network card driver seems to be functioning normally.

Is there a fix for this?

The network card is a Realtek RTL 8111C on-board chip.

Also, ive read somewhere else that USB & 1394 drivers having conflicting effects with lan drivers. I installed an "Intel INF Configuration patch" which contained a crapload of USB Drivers which supposedly "configured properly" the intel motherboard chipsets, but im not so sure about that.

A:Solved: No Network Available - LAN card working but cannot connect to network

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each time i turn my comp on it gives me a different incorrect time how do i fix it
keep it simple if poss im one of the older users who remembers calculators first coming out

A:why does my clock never tell the right time

Give this a try.
Start|control panel|date and time|internet time|change settings
Make sure the checkbox for synchronize with an internet time server is checked.
Below that mine is set to time.windows.com.

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does anyone know what can be causing my pc clock to lose / gain masive amounts of time ??


A:pc clock will not keep time

BIOS battery may be bad, if it happens after PC was off.

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Why does my computer change the time and date every night to January 15, 2004???? When I get up every day I have to reset the time and date before I can get online! HELP, it's annoying!

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, Service Pack 3, 32 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.80GHz, x86 Family 15 Model 2 Stepping 9
Processor Count: 1
RAM: 510 Mb
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 6200, 256 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 114400 MB, Free - 93120 MB;
Motherboard: Dell Computer Corp., 0F4491
Antivirus: Avast 2012, Updated: Yes, On-Demand Scanner: Enabled

A:Time clock changes

the battery on your motherboard might need replacing

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Hello, ...YEs, I wonder why I have to go to to synchronize my computer time with internet time so much?
It goes out of time the other day I turn the computer on, .. even without turning it off ...
that is all

A:My clock goes out of time

You clock is running too slow? About 1 minute a day... or even more?
Power off system completely and detach cable form power socket. Detach network cable as well (so it cannot synchronzie time from internet). After 10 minutes attach power up again and boot (leave network cable detached). What is the date/time then, a time in the past for example 1970 or 2005? Or just a few minutes off track? You can attach network cable again afterwards

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Hi all, I have this problem with my pc. It's running Xp Pro w/ 368Mb RAM and a 733Mghz Intell Celeron.
The problem is it doesn't keep the correct time. I've changed the battery on the motherboard but it still doesn't keep time. I mean it's goes off by years. Always back to the year 2000 and the month of January.
Does anyone have any ideas?
THanks so much,

A:Pc clock won't keep time...

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how can I get the time or clock on my start screen??

any help here would be great


A:time or clock

Originally Posted by nighthawk

how can I get the time or clock on my start screen??

any help here would be great


Hello njnitehawk tap on the store tile and scroll right and under the tools category select New releases. Look for an App called Zapi Live Clock. There are other clocks also but this one is one of the best I've found so far.


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Hi guys.

First, I'd like thank who ever runs this site, it is really a GREAT site.

I have searched for previous posts about the problem I have with my pc clock. I couldn't find what exacktly that I was looking for.

It seems that my clock is a little bit faster, second by second, than the normal time. When I set it to the correct time, I'll find it a minute ahead after about half an hour.

Dont know why is it like this....my time zone is correct.

Im running win XP Pro and my CPU is AMD Athlon XP 2500.

Thank you in advance for the help.

A:pc clock/time

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hi does anyone what can be causing my pc clock to lose/gain masive amounts of time ???

A:pc clock does not keep time

Closing dup. Please do not start multiple threads on the same topic.

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It's take time to connect wireless thru ADSL DHCP... you need to release and renew.. the IPCONFIG

is there any way to connect immediately?

A:Solved: HELP: It's take time to connect wireless thru DHCP

With absolutely no information about the environment, it's really hard to answer.
Please supply the following info, exact make and models of the equipment please.

Name of your ISP (Internet Service Provider).
Make and exact model of the broadband modem.
Make and exact model and hardware version of the router (if a separate unit).
Model numbers can usually be obtained from the label on the device.
Connection type, wired or wireless.
If wireless, encryption used, (none, WEP, WPA, or WPA2)
Version and patch level of Windows on all affected machines, i.e. XP (Home or Pro), SP1-SP2-SP3, Vista (Home, Business, Ultimate), etc.
The Internet Browser in use, IE, Firefox, Opera, etc.

Please give an exact description of your problem symptoms, including the exact text of any error messages.

If you're using a wireless connection, have you tried a direct connection with a cable to see if that changes the symptoms?
For wireless issues, have you disabled all encryption on the router to see if you can connect that way?
Have you connected directly to the broadband modem to see if this is a router or modem/ISP issue?
If there are other computers on the same network, are they experiencing the same issue, or do they function normally?

On any affected computer, I'd also like to see this:

Hold the Windows key and press R, then type CMD (COMMAND for W98/WME) to open a command prompt:

Type the following commands on separate lines, following each one with the Enter ke... Read more

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