Xp not updating time
The startup script is the same, upon booting the script will run but the time will very slowly lose sync. Microsoft's 8 April support deadline has been and gone and the final security updates for Windows XP have now been released.When Windows XP Support ends in April, it means that Microsoft will no longer be issuing any security updates for this operating system.You'll still be able to download and update patches up to this date, but if a new flaw in the operating system is discovered, it will go unpatched.First, other software may have flaws in it, which allows an attacker to infect your computer.Cyber-criminals typically attack well-known bits of software that most people have, so Adobe Reader and Java are typical targets, no matter which version of Windows you're running.
Find the Windows Time Service and make sure it is started. If it wasn't started OR if restarting it works, then you can write a quick batch file and drop it in your START, PROGRAMS, STARTUP folder to run at startup: just open a notepad document, type net stop w32time net start w32time Then save as "all files" and save it as Hi, short of replacing the CMOS battery I have tried everything else. The resync command via CMD does work but only for a short time, say 1 hour maximum before it will forget the time.They're typically CR2032's which you can get anywhere Malware: Sometimes malware messes with the data/time to manipulate login data and such.I'd run some scans with malwarebytes (free) Time Sync: There are a few tricks you can do to try and resync the time.Given the situation with XP, this is the best thing that any existing XP user can do.Turns out that XP updates aren't quite as over as we may have thought.