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Synchronizing date and time with an internet time server failed


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blaCky7

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I failed to do the synchronization of my date and time with an internet time server and i need some help here.

The error message:

An error occurred getting the status of the last synchronization. The RPC server is unavailable.

I found a website (http://help.wugnet.c...pict568498.html) explaining the solution to the problem but it didnt help me.

Open Services...
Start | Run | Type: services.msc | Click OK |
Scroll down to and double click Windows Time |
If the Startup type is Disabled, set it to Automatic or Manual | <<< When I applied automatic or manual I got an ERROR MESSAGE: The specified service has been marked for deletion.
Start the service by clicking the Start button | When the service starts,
close Services

So how do i proceed from there on? How to fix this problem?
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rather than usingthe built in windows version of time synch use this url download the program nd then run it


http://www.cleansoft.../time_sync.html
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Your suggestion is not helpful at all unless u provide me with a free activation code for it.
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Why would you buy when you can get one free?

Try Atomic Clock Sync. Its free
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