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Network Time Error???
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Jul 7, 2001, 01:27 AM
 
Each time my computer freezes up, and I restart it, I get this "Network Time Error" and the date and time is set back to 1/1/1904. I have to keep resetting it to the current date and time. How do I fix this annoying problem?

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Jul 7, 2001, 11:25 AM
 
There's an extension called Time Synchronizer, which is supposed to synch your clock with other computers on a network, IF you're on a network, that is. It gave me trouble until I figured my machine was looking for a clock on server that it couldn't find. Make sure you've got that disabled, and see if it helps.

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