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frank grimace

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ive noticed over a period of time, that iv'e had to keep re-synchrinizing my xp pc clock as it gains quite a lot daily. thanks... love frank
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norton installed? there was a problem with a norton av subprogram that pushed the clock ahead....think it was devwatch.....cannot recall.
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thanks fro the reply

yes i do have norton, from your reply i assume not alot can be done?
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have you updated norton -- not just definitions, but the program files? I believe it was fixed with a patch.
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