[time-nuts] Setting Windows XP clock.
djl at montana.com
Sat Jul 12 20:06:34 EDT 2014
I use nmeatime, you can set from the net or from a gps plugged in to the
Have used it on all my computers for many moons.
> As some of you no doubt know microshaft has stopped supporting windows XP.
> As part of this they have ceased to correct windows XP clocks. This seams
> rather small of them as it can't possibly be any inconvenience to them to
> continue to provide this service.
> I have a program on my old 98 box which runs my weather station program. On
> boot-up it contacts some place and corrects the system clock. I put it on
> that machine so long ago I don't remember where I got it or who it contacts.
> Does anyone know of a program I can download that will do the same for my XP
> box. I have no intention of upgrading until this box becomes absolutely
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