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CLOCK - Win XP Pro Peer Network

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October 6, 2004 11:24:26 PM

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Hello ---

We are running WIN XP PRO on 3 systems on a peer network. One of the
laptops keeps having a situation where the time on the clock in the system
tray is wrong. The laptop has one administrator and one limited user
account. I go under the administrator and set the clock and it seems as
though the next day on the limited account the time will be wrong and upon
signon the system asks for us to enter regedit. Is there something that
needs to be done in regedit to make the clock settings apply to all
accounts? Not sure the regedit error has anything to do with the clock
situation as it may have to do with a windows update being downloaded to the
limited account and not to the administrator? If anyone has some advice or
helpful guidance, I'd appreciate it.

Thanks, Brenda

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Anonymous
October 7, 2004 1:51:52 PM

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Did you check the time in the system BIOS?


"Lady" <NoSpamsamrykNoSpam@blazenet.netNoSpam> wrote in message
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> Hello ---
>
> We are running WIN XP PRO on 3 systems on a peer network. One of the
> laptops keeps having a situation where the time on the clock in the system
> tray is wrong. The laptop has one administrator and one limited user
> account. I go under the administrator and set the clock and it seems as
> though the next day on the limited account the time will be wrong and upon
> signon the system asks for us to enter regedit. Is there something that
> needs to be done in regedit to make the clock settings apply to all
> accounts? Not sure the regedit error has anything to do with the clock
> situation as it may have to do with a windows update being downloaded to
the
> limited account and not to the administrator? If anyone has some advice
or
> helpful guidance, I'd appreciate it.
>
> Thanks, Brenda
>
>
October 8, 2004 4:30:08 AM

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No I did not, never even thought about checking there :)  I will do that
next. Brenda


"Michael Thornton" <mikethor@home> wrote in message
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> Did you check the time in the system BIOS?
>
>
> "Lady" <NoSpamsamrykNoSpam@blazenet.netNoSpam> wrote in message
> news:10m8vkucn27hk5f@corp.supernews.com...
>> Hello ---
>>
>> We are running WIN XP PRO on 3 systems on a peer network. One of the
>> laptops keeps having a situation where the time on the clock in the
>> system
>> tray is wrong. The laptop has one administrator and one limited user
>> account. I go under the administrator and set the clock and it seems as
>> though the next day on the limited account the time will be wrong and
>> upon
>> signon the system asks for us to enter regedit. Is there something that
>> needs to be done in regedit to make the clock settings apply to all
>> accounts? Not sure the regedit error has anything to do with the clock
>> situation as it may have to do with a windows update being downloaded to
> the
>> limited account and not to the administrator? If anyone has some advice
> or
>> helpful guidance, I'd appreciate it.
>>
>> Thanks, Brenda
>>
>>
>
>
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Anonymous
October 8, 2004 10:48:47 AM

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"Lady" <NoSpamsamrykNoSpam@blazenet.netNoSpam> wrote
| Hello ---
|
| We are running WIN XP PRO on 3 systems on a peer network. One of the
| laptops keeps having a situation where the time on the clock in the system
| tray is wrong. The laptop has one administrator and one limited user
| account. I go under the administrator and set the clock and it seems as
| though the next day on the limited account the time will be wrong and upon
| signon the system asks for us to enter regedit. Is there something that
| needs to be done in regedit to make the clock settings apply to all
| accounts? Not sure the regedit error has anything to do with the clock
| situation as it may have to do with a windows update being downloaded to the
| limited account and not to the administrator? If anyone has some advice or
| helpful guidance, I'd appreciate it.
|
| Thanks, Brenda

At the time that you shutdown that laptop, is the time still correct?
It could be that the "Real Time Clock" hardware is defective, or that the RTC
battery needs replacing.


| upon signon the system asks for us to enter regedit.

- does this occur before or after the "username+password" prompt?
- what is the exact wording of the message wanting you to enter regedit?
October 8, 2004 10:48:48 AM

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I believe it is still correct upon shutdown but I have not verified that. I
will check. I understand something could be defective but not sure how to
reduce possibilities to come to that conclusion. Wanting us to enter
regedit occurs after the username and password. I do not have the exact
wording wrote down, I will obtain that and post once I have it. thanks for
the input.

Brenda

"anonymouse" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>
> "Lady" <NoSpamsamrykNoSpam@blazenet.netNoSpam> wrote
> | Hello ---
> |
> | We are running WIN XP PRO on 3 systems on a peer network. One of the
> | laptops keeps having a situation where the time on the clock in the
> system
> | tray is wrong. The laptop has one administrator and one limited user
> | account. I go under the administrator and set the clock and it seems as
> | though the next day on the limited account the time will be wrong and
> upon
> | signon the system asks for us to enter regedit. Is there something that
> | needs to be done in regedit to make the clock settings apply to all
> | accounts? Not sure the regedit error has anything to do with the clock
> | situation as it may have to do with a windows update being downloaded to
> the
> | limited account and not to the administrator? If anyone has some advice
> or
> | helpful guidance, I'd appreciate it.
> |
> | Thanks, Brenda
>
> At the time that you shutdown that laptop, is the time still correct?
> It could be that the "Real Time Clock" hardware is defective, or that the
> RTC
> battery needs replacing.
>
>
> | upon signon the system asks for us to enter regedit.
>
> - does this occur before or after the "username+password" prompt?
> - what is the exact wording of the message wanting you to enter regedit?
>
>
October 9, 2004 5:52:34 PM

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The REGEDIT message appears directly after login to the limited user
account. Here's what it says:

IVPSvMgr

Failed to update the system registry, Please try using REGEDIT. With a
button for "OK".

Time appears to be correct now. I checked BIOS and all is correct there and
it seems it is tracking now; so not sure what's happened, but I will keep an
eye on it.

Brenda

"anonymouse" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>
> "Lady" <NoSpamsamrykNoSpam@blazenet.netNoSpam> wrote
> | Hello ---
> |
> | We are running WIN XP PRO on 3 systems on a peer network. One of the
> | laptops keeps having a situation where the time on the clock in the
> system
> | tray is wrong. The laptop has one administrator and one limited user
> | account. I go under the administrator and set the clock and it seems as
> | though the next day on the limited account the time will be wrong and
> upon
> | signon the system asks for us to enter regedit. Is there something that
> | needs to be done in regedit to make the clock settings apply to all
> | accounts? Not sure the regedit error has anything to do with the clock
> | situation as it may have to do with a windows update being downloaded to
> the
> | limited account and not to the administrator? If anyone has some advice
> or
> | helpful guidance, I'd appreciate it.
> |
> | Thanks, Brenda
>
> At the time that you shutdown that laptop, is the time still correct?
> It could be that the "Real Time Clock" hardware is defective, or that the
> RTC
> battery needs replacing.
>
>
> | upon signon the system asks for us to enter regedit.
>
> - does this occur before or after the "username+password" prompt?
> - what is the exact wording of the message wanting you to enter regedit?
>
>
!