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comment Clock is standing still when the computer is turned off
Ok. In the meantime, I also played around with the BIOS, setting the time there, reload Defaults etc, however without any good. I probably really have to open the computer and remove the battery. I will give further feedback when it's done.
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comment Clock is standing still when the computer is turned off
Yes, I'm aware of this. However, I dont want to enter every time to the time settings if I startup the computer. That's why I want to automate it, probably with the task planer.
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comment Clock is standing still when the computer is turned off
I have checked the time server settings and indeed, the selected server had timeouts and could not be used to sync. I changed the setting to a functional time server. However, today the clock has not been adjusted. Probably, the sync frequency of windows is too low. While the weekend (its my home computer), I will play a little around and look, if I can force the sync at the computer startup. Maybe this will help. I will post my results next week.