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11-16-2016 11:48 AM
How old is your computer ? You must be online and using the right time zone to be able to sync date and time.
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11-16-2016 01:19 PM
The first thing to do is to find out if your Windows Time services is set on Automatic and Started, else you may see the error message: The Windows time service is not running.
To do so, type services.msc in Start Search and hit Enter. In Services Manager, navigate to Windows Time service and double-click on it.
Check and see if it is Started and set on Automatic. If not, change the startup type to Automatic and click on Apply/OK.
If this works, great, Start the service and exit.
Please let me know , if this has helped. If not , then we will have to remove some .dll files in the registry . I shall tell you once i get the reply about this , because , you might get a error message.