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Often this means that your computer's Clock is set incorrectly."


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If you seem to have the correct time and date, you should check your time zone setting.

Your computer uses UTM time but translates time to the local time zone for display. If your time zone setting is wrong, you can appear to have the correct local time by telling the computer what time it is.

Newer computers, <10yrs, will check the network for a time source. But, if the time difference is large, >few minutes, the system doesn't adjust its internal time. I suppose they assume the user knows what they are doing. So, an erronious time-zone setting throws everything off.

If your UTM time is incorrect (computer's internal time), you'll start running into numerious odd networking problems.

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