Windows 10 time keeps changing

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  1. jds63's Avatar
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       #21

    [QUOTE=Etokan9;452108][QUOTE=jds63;452106]
    Etokan9 said:

    Alright, these are only suggestions of other causes and did not know you had a dual boot with another OS and that worked fine.[/Thank you jds63. Keep in touch with other suggestions please]
    I will try to see what i can find out and there are many others here who also look at the posts here and may know of a solution, Your Welcome.
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  2. Posts : 3
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       #22

    I have had this problem since purchase of a new laptop pre installed with Windows 10. Within 2 days the date had changed to 14 days in advance. Since then, every few days it changes different amounts, from 1 day to 5 days.

    When I click 'Set time automatically' in Settings, Time and Language, it instantly corrects itself. This option is on prior to clicking and remains so afterwards.

    The problem stills occurs after this action.
    Last edited by vbkvbk; 04 Nov 2015 at 18:59.
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  3. Posts : 16
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       #23

    [QUOTE=vbkvbk;452115]I have had this problem since purchase of a new laptop pre installed with Windows 10. Within 2 days the date had changed to 14 days in advance. Since then, every few days it changes different amounts, from 1 day to 5 days.

    When I click 'Set time automatically' in Settings, Time and Language, it instantly corrects itself. This option is on prior to clicking and remains so afterwards.[/Yes, I've done that also, no joy.]
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  4. jds63's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit Version 20H2
       #24

    Maybe dual boot issue between the OS's. Are registry hacks may help, not familiar with. Also seeing now Malware can be a cause, suggest full system scan in Windows.
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  5. Berton's Avatar
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    Win10 Pro Versions 2004 and 2009/20H2, Win10 Pro IP_Dev, Win10 Home 1909
       #25

    [QUOTE=Etokan9;452136]
    vbkvbk said:
    I have had this problem since purchase of a new laptop pre installed with Windows 10. Within 2 days the date had changed to 14 days in advance. Since then, every few days it changes different amounts, from 1 day to 5 days.

    When I click 'Set time automatically' in Settings, Time and Language, it instantly corrects itself. This option is on prior to clicking and remains so afterwards.[/Yes, I've done that also, no joy.]
    Etokan9, I won't repeat what has been said but I couldn't resist offering a friendly tip about your posts. A Quote has to end in a /QUOTE function (with the brackets) or it gets broken, makes things hard to read. The two above should be:
    Etokan9 said:
    vbkvbk said:
    I have had this problem since purchase of a new laptop pre installed with Windows 10. Within 2 days the date had changed to 14 days in advance. Since then, every few days it changes different amounts, from 1 day to 5 days.

    When I click 'Set time automatically' in Settings, Time and Language, it instantly corrects itself. This option is on prior to clicking and remains so afterwards.
    Yes, I've done that also, no joy.
    If not using Reply with Quote I copy text then click the white Quote icon in the toolbar and paste that text between the ] and [ bracket.
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  6. Posts : 3
    Windows 10 Home 64-bit
       #26

    jds63 said:
    Maybe dual boot issue between the OS's.
    I do not have dual boot. Only Win 10.
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  7. lx07's Avatar
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    2004
       #27

    Mine goes back one hour with "Set time automatically" and "Set time zone automatically" set (this second is in preview builds only).

    I turned them off and synced with internet time through the old control panel. Has been fine since.

    If I turn them back on then after some time (perhaps half an hour I'm not sure exactly) the clock jumps back exactly one hour again and I need to disable and reset the time again.
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  8. swarfega's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
       #28

    You can still use Control Panel to set the time. That may work for you than Settings.

    Open control panel
    Search for Time
    Click on Change Time Zone and a dialog box should appear.
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  9. Posts : 16
    Windows 10 Pro
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       #29

    jds63 said:
    Maybe dual boot issue between the OS's. Are registry hacks may help, not familiar with. Also seeing now Malware can be a cause, suggest full system scan in Windows.
    Full system scanned, still no joy. But I found some other things: Dual boot issue between the OS's. The time changes only after and every time when I reboot from the Ubuntu OS to Windows OS. I reinstalled Ubuntu 15.10 creating root, swap , and home partitions. The problem remains. I am dual booting using two hard drives. Any ideas on this?
    Last edited by Etokan9; 06 Nov 2015 at 09:14.
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  10. jds63's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit Version 20H2
       #30

    Etokan9 said:
    Full system scanned, still no joy. But I found some other things: Dual boot issue between the OS's. The time changes only after and every time when I reboot from the Ubuntu OS to Windows OS. I reinstalled Ubuntu 15.10 creating root, swap , and home partitions. The problem remains. I am dual booting using two hard drives. Any ideas on this?
    Not familiar with dual booting and Ubuntu OS, this was my only other thought since i found out you had Dual Boot. So one OS on one drive and the other on the other drive, not separate partitions on one drive ? Tried about everything in Windows between Date and Time Settings. Make sure have received all windows updates and updated all other system drivers.
    Windows 10 an upgrade over older OS, did you ever think of trying a clean install or have you of 10 ?
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