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System Clock Wierdness

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On two occasions in the last few months my system clock has suddenly changed to a date several months earlier. Last Thursday it changed to Jan 12, 2005. How can this happen and how can I make sure it doesn't?

Another problem is that I can't synchronize the clock with internet time servers. When I click on Adjust Date/Time - Internet Time - Update Now, I get the message: can't update time. Peer's stratum is less than host's stratum. I've searched the web and lots of others have this problem, but none of the responses are helpful. This problem appears to have begun about 4 days ago since that's when I started getting error messages in the event log saying the clock hadn't been able to be updated for some large number of seconds. Turning off my firewall doesn't help. What can I do?
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