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System Clock is 11 minutes off


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Denisejm

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I've been trying to re-register Avast on my daughter's computer. The clock in the systray is accuratre to the milli-second and the date is correct. It's set to time.windows.com. However, even though the time right now says that it 10:31:07 PM, it says that the next time the clock will be updated will be at 10:20 PM, so it's 11 minutes off somewhere in her computer.

I clicked Run > cmd > time and set the correct time, then date and set the right date. When I exited, it didn't change the synch time given by the systray clock . . . it's still 11 minutes off.

Is there something that I can do to fix this problem?
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I was able to get into CMOS by pressing the F1 key at start-up. CMOS has the date and time correctly set but the day is set as Wed. Today is Monday. The day is grayed out so that I can't make a change to it.

Any ideas?
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