Clock problem

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http://www.intrepid.com.au/computer-clock-running-too-fast-or-too-slow/

1) Start / Run / CMD
2) Net stop w32time
3) w32tm /unregister
4) w32tm /unregister
5) w32tm /register
6) Net start w32time

Go to ControlPanel-->AdministrativeServices-->Services

Now, find something called "Windows Time"

Right click it and go to Properties. Set it as "Disabled" in the dropdown menu.

http://www.computing.net/answers/windows-xp/system-clock-running-fast/168102.html

Start
Control Panel
Java icon
Java Tab
In the first area titled "Java Applet Runtime Settings" which should be the top one, click on View.
Click nn the far right under: Java Runtime Parameters section, type in
-XX+ForceTimeHighResolution
Click OK
Click Ok


synctime.bat:

w32tm /resync pause