Windows 10: Time Zone Randomly Changes to Brasilia
Time Zone Randomly Changes to Brasilia
I started have a problem with my clock today. I noticed it was 2 hours ahead of the normal time. When I checked the Date and Time Settings, the time zone was set to Brasilia. After changing clock back to Central Time (US & Canada) it was fine for an hour. Then it switched back to Brasilia.
This didn't start until today. Also the Internet Time my computer is synchronized with time.windows.com so not sure if they are having a problem or not.
Try setting the Time Server to Nist.gov, verify your timezone is still correct, then sync time now and restart the machine.
Last edited by Slartybart; 16 Jun 2016 at 19:18.
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