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:) I want to synchronize my computer (Windows 98) with some atomic clock of the InterNet using the AUTOIT. How I make?

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no need to use autoit. this is a functionality built into windows. my university runs a timeserver synched to an atomic clock. report back if it doesnt work on windows 98.

start > run > cmd >

net time /setsntp:utcnist.colorado.edu

sure you can do it with autoit...only need to do it once though:

Run(@ComSpec & ' /c net time /setsntp:utcnist.colorado.edu')

see NIST (also in my city!) for a lot more info and servers.

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no need to use autoit. this is a functionality built into windows.  my university runs a timeserver synched to an atomic clock.  report back if it doesnt work on windows 98.

start > run > cmd >

net time /setsntp:utcnist.colorado.edu

sure you can do it with autoit...only need to do it once though:

Run(@ComSpec & ' /c net time /setsntp:utcnist.colorado.edu')

see NIST (also in my city!) for a lot more info and servers.

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:) Thanks for having answered, but I modified the clock of my computer (Windows 2000) and executed the command and the hour was not modified... What it can have happened?

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:)  Thanks for having answered, but I modified the clock of my computer (Windows 2000) and executed the command and the hour was not modified...  What it can have happened?

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ftp://time.nist.gov/pub/daytime/nistime-32bit.exe

that is on thier web site once you got it loaded hit query. it will check the server, and will adjust your clock for you.


 

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maybe your time was right :)

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/setsntp only sets the server to use (reg entry), time synch will go in a predifened way

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