Computer clock

By D.H. Cesare ·
The clock on my "B" computer is always 1 hour behind after I reboot. I can set it manually. When I try to set it using the Internet Time>Update Now button, it says:
The time sample was rejected because: The peer's stratum is less than the host's stratum.
What's that all about? and how does one fix it?

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I assume that

by XT John In reply to Computer clock

you're running Windows. Has this problem started recently? Since the new Daylight Savings time has kicked in? Which time zone are you using? Windows XP that is up to date should have gotten the Daylight Savings patch. Windows 2000 or older did not get a Daylight Savings fix, and needs to be updated manually.

This site has the fix for NT/2000/XP and for

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Windows XP Pro

by D.H. Cesare In reply to I assume that

and it's a new installation, completely up to date. It acts like the time updater isn't acting right.

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