But sometimes a user’s Windows clock can go awry and display the incorrect date or time, usually due to hardware issues, a temporary loss of Internet connectivity, or online synchronization problems.
For additional topics about how to configure Windows Time service, see the list of topics in the section Where to Find Windows Time Service Configuration Information.
Also, on older computers that run Windows XP or earlier, the command Net time /querysntp displays the name of a Network Time Protocol (NTP) server with which a computer is configured to synchronize, but that NTP server is used only when the computer's time client is configured as NTP or All Sync. Most domain member computers have a time client type of NT5DS, which means that they synchronize time from the domain hierarchy.
Since some days I have a strange problem with a computer with windows 8.1.
The clock has stopped working when the computer is off or sleeping!
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Get tips, reviews, news, and giveaways reserved exclusively for subscribers.When I turn the computer on, the time is set to the time of the last shutdown and then continues counting.Also windows does not adjust the clock setting via the configured time server.This is my proposed solution and reasons: I suspect the RTC (real-time clock) on you motherboard has semi-failed, this would explain the bios still being able to store values but time to jump or stay still.Solution: (assuming you have stable internet to sync time) I would recommend you add information on your build to the question. model #, motherboard serial, battery type (some boards require custom battery), and when you bought it, should this solution not work.In the Internet Time Settings window, make sure that the box for Synchronize with an Internet time server is checked.