The clock is late

Discussion in 'Windows 64bit' started by Aleix, Feb 28, 2008.

  1. Aleix

    Aleix Guest

    First of all sorry if my English isn't very good as I'm not sure how I can
    say in English (El reloj se atrasa) so I try with the clock is late... Hi, I
    have one problem with Vista 64 bits. I have a Intel Quad Core CPU with ASUS
    P5K motherboard and 4GB of RAM. My problem is that the PC clock is late while
    running windows. I have a curious example: I boot my PC and sync the clock,
    then I play World of Warcraft and I see that the WoW in game clock goes ok or
    delays some minutes but when I exit the game, the clock in the sidebar is
    half an hour delayed for example. First I thinked it could be a hardware
    problem, but I think this case is a little strage for being a hw problem...
    so... any idea??

    Thank you very much.
     
    Aleix, Feb 28, 2008
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  2. Aleix

    Carlos Guest

    Aleix,
    Tienes el reloj de windows sincronizado con la hora de internet?
    Click derecho sobre el reloj, ajustar fecha y hora, hora de internet.
    Ese podría ser el problema.
    Lo último que se me ocurre, pero es poco probable, es que esté casi
    descargada la batería del motherboard.
    Salu2.
    Carlos

    "Aleix" wrote:

    > First of all sorry if my English isn't very good as I'm not sure how I can
    > say in English (El reloj se atrasa) so I try with the clock is late... Hi, I
    > have one problem with Vista 64 bits. I have a Intel Quad Core CPU with ASUS
    > P5K motherboard and 4GB of RAM. My problem is that the PC clock is late while
    > running windows. I have a curious example: I boot my PC and sync the clock,
    > then I play World of Warcraft and I see that the WoW in game clock goes ok or
    > delays some minutes but when I exit the game, the clock in the sidebar is
    > half an hour delayed for example. First I thinked it could be a hardware
    > problem, but I think this case is a little strage for being a hw problem...
    > so... any idea??
    >
    > Thank you very much.
     
    Carlos, Feb 28, 2008
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  3. Aleix

    Aleix Guest

    Hola Carlos, en primer lugar gracias por contestar.

    El reloj está sincronizado con la hora de internet y la pila "supongo" que
    está cargada porque el ordenador es nuevo. A parte de eso, creo q no se
    atrasa cuando está parado sino mientras windows se está ejecutando.
    Como ya he dicho, me parece muy raro por ejemplo que ejecute el WoW y la
    hora del WoW sea la correcta pero al salir el reloj de la barra de tareas
    aparece retrasado un buen rato.

    "Carlos" wrote:

    > Aleix,
    > Tienes el reloj de windows sincronizado con la hora de internet?
    > Click derecho sobre el reloj, ajustar fecha y hora, hora de internet.
    > Ese podría ser el problema.
    > Lo último que se me ocurre, pero es poco probable, es que esté casi
    > descargada la batería del motherboard.
    > Salu2.
    > Carlos
    >
    > "Aleix" wrote:
    >
    > > First of all sorry if my English isn't very good as I'm not sure how I can
    > > say in English (El reloj se atrasa) so I try with the clock is late... Hi, I
    > > have one problem with Vista 64 bits. I have a Intel Quad Core CPU with ASUS
    > > P5K motherboard and 4GB of RAM. My problem is that the PC clock is late while
    > > running windows. I have a curious example: I boot my PC and sync the clock,
    > > then I play World of Warcraft and I see that the WoW in game clock goes ok or
    > > delays some minutes but when I exit the game, the clock in the sidebar is
    > > half an hour delayed for example. First I thinked it could be a hardware
    > > problem, but I think this case is a little strage for being a hw problem...
    > > so... any idea??
    > >
    > > Thank you very much.
     
    Aleix, Feb 28, 2008
    #3
  4. Aleix

    Carlos Guest

    Aleix:
    Dado lo extraño del problema, creo que lo que corresponde es juntar más
    información para entender qué es lo que está haciendo que el reloj se atrase.
    Por ejemplo, dejar la computadora inactiva (toda la noche) y comprobar si en
    reposo la hora no se altera.
    Ejecutar aplicaciones, distintos juegos durante un rato largo y comprobar el
    reloj.
    De esta manera tendríamos una idea clara de en qué situación de produce el
    atraso y así buscar la manera de solucionarlo.
    Salu2.
    Carlos

    "Aleix" wrote:

    > Hola Carlos, en primer lugar gracias por contestar.
    >
    > El reloj está sincronizado con la hora de internet y la pila "supongo" que
    > está cargada porque el ordenador es nuevo. A parte de eso, creo q no se
    > atrasa cuando está parado sino mientras windows se está ejecutando.
    > Como ya he dicho, me parece muy raro por ejemplo que ejecute el WoW y la
    > hora del WoW sea la correcta pero al salir el reloj de la barra de tareas
    > aparece retrasado un buen rato.
    >
    > "Carlos" wrote:
    >
    > > Aleix,
    > > Tienes el reloj de windows sincronizado con la hora de internet?
    > > Click derecho sobre el reloj, ajustar fecha y hora, hora de internet.
    > > Ese podría ser el problema.
    > > Lo último que se me ocurre, pero es poco probable, es que esté casi
    > > descargada la batería del motherboard.
    > > Salu2.
    > > Carlos
    > >
    > > "Aleix" wrote:
    > >
    > > > First of all sorry if my English isn't very good as I'm not sure how I can
    > > > say in English (El reloj se atrasa) so I try with the clock is late... Hi, I
    > > > have one problem with Vista 64 bits. I have a Intel Quad Core CPU with ASUS
    > > > P5K motherboard and 4GB of RAM. My problem is that the PC clock is late while
    > > > running windows. I have a curious example: I boot my PC and sync the clock,
    > > > then I play World of Warcraft and I see that the WoW in game clock goes ok or
    > > > delays some minutes but when I exit the game, the clock in the sidebar is
    > > > half an hour delayed for example. First I thinked it could be a hardware
    > > > problem, but I think this case is a little strage for being a hw problem...
    > > > so... any idea??
    > > >
    > > > Thank you very much.
     
    Carlos, Feb 28, 2008
    #4
  5. Aleix

    maxima Guest

    This forum is in en-us locale. so can you please write in English?

    I have MSI P35 and my clock is gettin out of sync every often. I'd like to
    know how can I fix it too.

    Thanks

    "Carlos" wrote:

    > Aleix:
    > Dado lo extraño del problema, creo que lo que corresponde es juntar más
    > información para entender qué es lo que está haciendo que el reloj se atrase.
    > Por ejemplo, dejar la computadora inactiva (toda la noche) y comprobar si en
    > reposo la hora no se altera.
    > Ejecutar aplicaciones, distintos juegos durante un rato largo y comprobar el
    > reloj.
    > De esta manera tendríamos una idea clara de en qué situación de produce el
    > atraso y así buscar la manera de solucionarlo.
    > Salu2.
    > Carlos
    >
    > "Aleix" wrote:
    >
    > > Hola Carlos, en primer lugar gracias por contestar.
    > >
    > > El reloj está sincronizado con la hora de internet y la pila "supongo" que
    > > está cargada porque el ordenador es nuevo. A parte de eso, creo q no se
    > > atrasa cuando está parado sino mientras windows se está ejecutando.
    > > Como ya he dicho, me parece muy raro por ejemplo que ejecute el WoW y la
    > > hora del WoW sea la correcta pero al salir el reloj de la barra de tareas
    > > aparece retrasado un buen rato.
    > >
    > > "Carlos" wrote:
    > >
    > > > Aleix,
    > > > Tienes el reloj de windows sincronizado con la hora de internet?
    > > > Click derecho sobre el reloj, ajustar fecha y hora, hora de internet.
    > > > Ese podría ser el problema.
    > > > Lo último que se me ocurre, pero es poco probable, es que esté casi
    > > > descargada la batería del motherboard.
    > > > Salu2.
    > > > Carlos
    > > >
    > > > "Aleix" wrote:
    > > >
    > > > > First of all sorry if my English isn't very good as I'm not sure how I can
    > > > > say in English (El reloj se atrasa) so I try with the clock is late... Hi, I
    > > > > have one problem with Vista 64 bits. I have a Intel Quad Core CPU with ASUS
    > > > > P5K motherboard and 4GB of RAM. My problem is that the PC clock is late while
    > > > > running windows. I have a curious example: I boot my PC and sync the clock,
    > > > > then I play World of Warcraft and I see that the WoW in game clock goes ok or
    > > > > delays some minutes but when I exit the game, the clock in the sidebar is
    > > > > half an hour delayed for example. First I thinked it could be a hardware
    > > > > problem, but I think this case is a little strage for being a hw problem...
    > > > > so... any idea??
    > > > >
    > > > > Thank you very much.
     
    maxima, Mar 15, 2008
    #5
  6. Aleix

    Dennis Pack Guest

    Maxima:
    This is not an English only or local newsgroup. We are worldwide
    right on your monitor. The common language here is English. For Carlos to
    answer in Spanish is natural because that is his local language. For the
    clock synchronization verify that Internet Time Settings are set to
    synchronize with an internet time server. Another cause could be a dead CMOS
    battery. Have a great day.

    --
    Dennis Pack
    XP x64 SP2, Vista Enterprise x64
    WHS, Office Professional Plus 2007
    "maxima" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > This forum is in en-us locale. so can you please write in English?
    >
    > I have MSI P35 and my clock is gettin out of sync every often. I'd like to
    > know how can I fix it too.
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > "Carlos" wrote:
    >
    >> Aleix:
    >> Dado lo extraño del problema, creo que lo que corresponde es juntar más
    >> información para entender qué es lo que está haciendo que el reloj se
    >> atrase.
    >> Por ejemplo, dejar la computadora inactiva (toda la noche) y comprobar si
    >> en
    >> reposo la hora no se altera.
    >> Ejecutar aplicaciones, distintos juegos durante un rato largo y comprobar
    >> el
    >> reloj.
    >> De esta manera tendríamos una idea clara de en qué situación de produce
    >> el
    >> atraso y así buscar la manera de solucionarlo.
    >> Salu2.
    >> Carlos
    >>
    >> "Aleix" wrote:
    >>
    >> > Hola Carlos, en primer lugar gracias por contestar.
    >> >
    >> > El reloj está sincronizado con la hora de internet y la pila "supongo"
    >> > que
    >> > está cargada porque el ordenador es nuevo. A parte de eso, creo q no se
    >> > atrasa cuando está parado sino mientras windows se está ejecutando.
    >> > Como ya he dicho, me parece muy raro por ejemplo que ejecute el WoW y
    >> > la
    >> > hora del WoW sea la correcta pero al salir el reloj de la barra de
    >> > tareas
    >> > aparece retrasado un buen rato.
    >> >
    >> > "Carlos" wrote:
    >> >
    >> > > Aleix,
    >> > > Tienes el reloj de windows sincronizado con la hora de internet?
    >> > > Click derecho sobre el reloj, ajustar fecha y hora, hora de internet.
    >> > > Ese podría ser el problema.
    >> > > Lo último que se me ocurre, pero es poco probable, es que esté casi
    >> > > descargada la batería del motherboard.
    >> > > Salu2.
    >> > > Carlos
    >> > >
    >> > > "Aleix" wrote:
    >> > >
    >> > > > First of all sorry if my English isn't very good as I'm not sure
    >> > > > how I can
    >> > > > say in English (El reloj se atrasa) so I try with the clock is
    >> > > > late... Hi, I
    >> > > > have one problem with Vista 64 bits. I have a Intel Quad Core CPU
    >> > > > with ASUS
    >> > > > P5K motherboard and 4GB of RAM. My problem is that the PC clock is
    >> > > > late while
    >> > > > running windows. I have a curious example: I boot my PC and sync
    >> > > > the clock,
    >> > > > then I play World of Warcraft and I see that the WoW in game clock
    >> > > > goes ok or
    >> > > > delays some minutes but when I exit the game, the clock in the
    >> > > > sidebar is
    >> > > > half an hour delayed for example. First I thinked it could be a
    >> > > > hardware
    >> > > > problem, but I think this case is a little strage for being a hw
    >> > > > problem...
    >> > > > so... any idea??
    >> > > >
    >> > > > Thank you very much.
     
    Dennis Pack, Mar 15, 2008
    #6
  7. Aleix

    Carlos Guest

    I was just trying to answer the OP in his own "natural" language.
    I can do both Spanish/English without no effort, but when I see that the OP
    has idiomatic problems when trying to express his issue I do it in Spanish.
    Carlos


    "maxima" wrote:

    > This forum is in en-us locale. so can you please write in English?
    >
    > I have MSI P35 and my clock is gettin out of sync every often. I'd like to
    > know how can I fix it too.
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > "Carlos" wrote:
    >
    > > Aleix:
    > > Dado lo extraño del problema, creo que lo que corresponde es juntar más
    > > información para entender qué es lo que está haciendo que el reloj se atrase.
    > > Por ejemplo, dejar la computadora inactiva (toda la noche) y comprobar si en
    > > reposo la hora no se altera.
    > > Ejecutar aplicaciones, distintos juegos durante un rato largo y comprobar el
    > > reloj.
    > > De esta manera tendríamos una idea clara de en qué situación de produce el
    > > atraso y así buscar la manera de solucionarlo.
    > > Salu2.
    > > Carlos
    > >
    > > "Aleix" wrote:
    > >
    > > > Hola Carlos, en primer lugar gracias por contestar.
    > > >
    > > > El reloj está sincronizado con la hora de internet y la pila "supongo" que
    > > > está cargada porque el ordenador es nuevo. A parte de eso, creo q no se
    > > > atrasa cuando está parado sino mientras windows se está ejecutando.
    > > > Como ya he dicho, me parece muy raro por ejemplo que ejecute el WoW y la
    > > > hora del WoW sea la correcta pero al salir el reloj de la barra de tareas
    > > > aparece retrasado un buen rato.
    > > >
    > > > "Carlos" wrote:
    > > >
    > > > > Aleix,
    > > > > Tienes el reloj de windows sincronizado con la hora de internet?
    > > > > Click derecho sobre el reloj, ajustar fecha y hora, hora de internet.
    > > > > Ese podría ser el problema.
    > > > > Lo último que se me ocurre, pero es poco probable, es que esté casi
    > > > > descargada la batería del motherboard.
    > > > > Salu2.
    > > > > Carlos
    > > > >
    > > > > "Aleix" wrote:
    > > > >
    > > > > > First of all sorry if my English isn't very good as I'm not sure how I can
    > > > > > say in English (El reloj se atrasa) so I try with the clock is late... Hi, I
    > > > > > have one problem with Vista 64 bits. I have a Intel Quad Core CPU with ASUS
    > > > > > P5K motherboard and 4GB of RAM. My problem is that the PC clock is late while
    > > > > > running windows. I have a curious example: I boot my PC and sync the clock,
    > > > > > then I play World of Warcraft and I see that the WoW in game clock goes ok or
    > > > > > delays some minutes but when I exit the game, the clock in the sidebar is
    > > > > > half an hour delayed for example. First I thinked it could be a hardware
    > > > > > problem, but I think this case is a little strage for being a hw problem...
    > > > > > so... any idea??
    > > > > >
    > > > > > Thank you very much.
     
    Carlos, Mar 16, 2008
    #7
  8. Aleix

    Carlos Guest

    Dennis,
    Thanks for your support!
    Carlos

    "Dennis Pack" wrote:

    > Maxima:
    > This is not an English only or local newsgroup. We are worldwide
    > right on your monitor. The common language here is English. For Carlos to
    > answer in Spanish is natural because that is his local language. For the
    > clock synchronization verify that Internet Time Settings are set to
    > synchronize with an internet time server. Another cause could be a dead CMOS
    > battery. Have a great day.
    >
    > --
    > Dennis Pack
    > XP x64 SP2, Vista Enterprise x64
    > WHS, Office Professional Plus 2007
    > "maxima" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    > > This forum is in en-us locale. so can you please write in English?
    > >
    > > I have MSI P35 and my clock is gettin out of sync every often. I'd like to
    > > know how can I fix it too.
    > >
    > > Thanks
    > >
    > > "Carlos" wrote:
    > >
    > >> Aleix:
    > >> Dado lo extraño del problema, creo que lo que corresponde es juntar más
    > >> información para entender qué es lo que está haciendo que el reloj se
    > >> atrase.
    > >> Por ejemplo, dejar la computadora inactiva (toda la noche) y comprobar si
    > >> en
    > >> reposo la hora no se altera.
    > >> Ejecutar aplicaciones, distintos juegos durante un rato largo y comprobar
    > >> el
    > >> reloj.
    > >> De esta manera tendríamos una idea clara de en qué situación de produce
    > >> el
    > >> atraso y así buscar la manera de solucionarlo.
    > >> Salu2.
    > >> Carlos
    > >>
    > >> "Aleix" wrote:
    > >>
    > >> > Hola Carlos, en primer lugar gracias por contestar.
    > >> >
    > >> > El reloj está sincronizado con la hora de internet y la pila "supongo"
    > >> > que
    > >> > está cargada porque el ordenador es nuevo. A parte de eso, creo q no se
    > >> > atrasa cuando está parado sino mientras windows se está ejecutando.
    > >> > Como ya he dicho, me parece muy raro por ejemplo que ejecute el WoW y
    > >> > la
    > >> > hora del WoW sea la correcta pero al salir el reloj de la barra de
    > >> > tareas
    > >> > aparece retrasado un buen rato.
    > >> >
    > >> > "Carlos" wrote:
    > >> >
    > >> > > Aleix,
    > >> > > Tienes el reloj de windows sincronizado con la hora de internet?
    > >> > > Click derecho sobre el reloj, ajustar fecha y hora, hora de internet.
    > >> > > Ese podría ser el problema.
    > >> > > Lo último que se me ocurre, pero es poco probable, es que esté casi
    > >> > > descargada la batería del motherboard.
    > >> > > Salu2.
    > >> > > Carlos
    > >> > >
    > >> > > "Aleix" wrote:
    > >> > >
    > >> > > > First of all sorry if my English isn't very good as I'm not sure
    > >> > > > how I can
    > >> > > > say in English (El reloj se atrasa) so I try with the clock is
    > >> > > > late... Hi, I
    > >> > > > have one problem with Vista 64 bits. I have a Intel Quad Core CPU
    > >> > > > with ASUS
    > >> > > > P5K motherboard and 4GB of RAM. My problem is that the PC clock is
    > >> > > > late while
    > >> > > > running windows. I have a curious example: I boot my PC and sync
    > >> > > > the clock,
    > >> > > > then I play World of Warcraft and I see that the WoW in game clock
    > >> > > > goes ok or
    > >> > > > delays some minutes but when I exit the game, the clock in the
    > >> > > > sidebar is
    > >> > > > half an hour delayed for example. First I thinked it could be a
    > >> > > > hardware
    > >> > > > problem, but I think this case is a little strage for being a hw
    > >> > > > problem...
    > >> > > > so... any idea??
    > >> > > >
    > >> > > > Thank you very much.

    >
     
    Carlos, Mar 16, 2008
    #8
  9. Aleix

    Jon T Guest

    I am so glad that this is posted !!

    I h ave the SAME Problem with Vista 64 Ultimate.

    I am on Mountain Time.

    Jon


    "Aleix" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > First of all sorry if my English isn't very good as I'm not sure how I can
    > say in English (El reloj se atrasa) so I try with the clock is late... Hi,
    > I
    > have one problem with Vista 64 bits. I have a Intel Quad Core CPU with
    > ASUS
    > P5K motherboard and 4GB of RAM. My problem is that the PC clock is late
    > while
    > running windows. I have a curious example: I boot my PC and sync the
    > clock,
    > then I play World of Warcraft and I see that the WoW in game clock goes ok
    > or
    > delays some minutes but when I exit the game, the clock in the sidebar is
    > half an hour delayed for example. First I thinked it could be a hardware
    > problem, but I think this case is a little strage for being a hw
    > problem...
    > so... any idea??
    >
    > Thank you very much.
     
    Jon T, Mar 17, 2008
    #9
  10. Aleix

    Carlos Guest

    Jon T,
    So it is now time to do some data collection in order to find the root cause
    as I already suggested (in Spanish) in my Feb 28th post.
    1.- Leave the computer on all night and check if the clock is delayed or not
    on the following day.
    2.- Execute applications (Word, Excel) for a couple of hours and see if that
    affects time.
    3.- Play different games for a couple of hours and see if that affects time.
    Post back your findings and we will see what is the next step.
    Carlos

    "Jon T" wrote:

    > I am so glad that this is posted !!
    >
    > I h ave the SAME Problem with Vista 64 Ultimate.
    >
    > I am on Mountain Time.
    >
    > Jon
    >
    >
    > "Aleix" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    > > First of all sorry if my English isn't very good as I'm not sure how I can
    > > say in English (El reloj se atrasa) so I try with the clock is late... Hi,
    > > I
    > > have one problem with Vista 64 bits. I have a Intel Quad Core CPU with
    > > ASUS
    > > P5K motherboard and 4GB of RAM. My problem is that the PC clock is late
    > > while
    > > running windows. I have a curious example: I boot my PC and sync the
    > > clock,
    > > then I play World of Warcraft and I see that the WoW in game clock goes ok
    > > or
    > > delays some minutes but when I exit the game, the clock in the sidebar is
    > > half an hour delayed for example. First I thinked it could be a hardware
    > > problem, but I think this case is a little strage for being a hw
    > > problem...
    > > so... any idea??
    > >
    > > Thank you very much.

    >
    >
     
    Carlos, Mar 17, 2008
    #10
  11. Aleix

    maxima Guest

    Your answer Dennis neither helpful nor accurate.

    1. It is in the contrary - if it was 'local' board there people communicate
    in their local language then it would be stupid to ask to use English only.
    But as you admitted yourself - this is international board so _majority_ has
    to benefit from this. And historically English is the language for that.

    Ты проÑто тупой идиот ДениÑ.

    2. Battery and internet sync are stupid obvious answers. I did check both
    alright. havent found the answer though but I found the solution.

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    Ð”ÐµÐ½Ð¸Ñ - Ñ‚Ñ‹ дважды тупой идиот. Удачи.


    Just curious - did Carlos asked for attorney? Why do you think you can
    answer for others? Its just rude mate.

    "Dennis Pack" wrote:

    > Maxima:
    > This is not an English only or local newsgroup. We are worldwide
    > right on your monitor. The common language here is English. For Carlos to
    > answer in Spanish is natural because that is his local language. For the
    > clock synchronization verify that Internet Time Settings are set to
    > synchronize with an internet time server. Another cause could be a dead CMOS
    > battery. Have a great day.
    >
    > --
    > Dennis Pack
    > XP x64 SP2, Vista Enterprise x64
    > WHS, Office Professional Plus 2007
    > "maxima" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    > > This forum is in en-us locale. so can you please write in English?
     
    maxima, Apr 10, 2008
    #11
  12. Aleix

    Dennis Pack Guest

    Maxima:
    I'm answering you since your attitude is as being Mr. almighty
    stinks. American is the only language that I understand, I can't read or
    understand Eastern European languages. Carlos in this newsgroup has been a
    friend for many years, he doesn't need help defending himself. The CMOS
    battery has had an effect on time accuracy since before the x286 computers
    were released. I'm glad that you found the solution to your time problem,
    but it looks like this newsgroup isn't good enough to learn what the
    solution was. With that type of an attitude you will make it very hard for
    anyone to try or want to assist you with a concern. Have a great day.

    --
    Dennis Pack
    XP x64 SP2, Vista Enterprise x64 SP1
    WHS, Office Professional Plus 2007
    "maxima" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Your answer Dennis neither helpful nor accurate.
    >
    > 1. It is in the contrary - if it was 'local' board there people
    > communicate
    > in their local language then it would be stupid to ask to use English
    > only.
    > But as you admitted yourself - this is international board so _majority_
    > has
    > to benefit from this. And historically English is the language for that.
    >
    > Ты проÑто тупой идиот ДениÑ.
    >
    > 2. Battery and internet sync are stupid obvious answers. I did check both
    > alright. havent found the answer though but I found the solution.
    >
    > Ð’ региÑтри можно найти ключ который тайм ÑÐµÑ€Ð²Ð¸Ñ Ð²Ð¸Ð½Ð´Ð¾ÑƒÑ Ð¸Ñпользует - Ñ
    > поменÑл вручную на 10 Ñек и теперь у Ð¼ÐµÐ½Ñ Ð²Ñ€ÐµÐ¼Ñ Ñ Ñ‚Ð¾Ñ‡Ð½Ð¾Ñтью до
    > пол-Ñекунды.
    >
    > Ð”ÐµÐ½Ð¸Ñ - Ñ‚Ñ‹ дважды тупой идиот. Удачи.
    >
    >
    > Just curious - did Carlos asked for attorney? Why do you think you can
    > answer for others? Its just rude mate.
    >
    > "Dennis Pack" wrote:
    >
    >> Maxima:
    >> This is not an English only or local newsgroup. We are worldwide
    >> right on your monitor. The common language here is English. For Carlos to
    >> answer in Spanish is natural because that is his local language. For the
    >> clock synchronization verify that Internet Time Settings are set to
    >> synchronize with an internet time server. Another cause could be a dead
    >> CMOS
    >> battery. Have a great day.
    >>
    >> --
    >> Dennis Pack
    >> XP x64 SP2, Vista Enterprise x64
    >> WHS, Office Professional Plus 2007
    >> "maxima" <> wrote in message
    >> news:...
    >> > This forum is in en-us locale. so can you please write in English?

    >
     
    Dennis Pack, Apr 11, 2008
    #12
  13. Aleix

    maxima Guest

    Now you are saying that Eastern European languages are less priveleged than
    Western. You are simply a racist. Disgusting!


    "Dennis Pack" wrote: <today>

    > Maxima:
    > ... American is the only language that I understand, I can't read or
    > understand Eastern European languages.


    .. . . <few days earlier>

    >
    > >> This is not an English only or local newsgroup. We are worldwide
    > >> right on your monitor. The common language here is English. For Carlos to
    > >> answer in Spanish is natural because that is his local language. For the
     
    maxima, Apr 11, 2008
    #13
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