How to fix DST time issue in Windows OS?

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My PC clock time goes advanced by 15 minutes every time I restart it? What can I do to fix it?
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Open a command prompt and type in the following:
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W32tm /config /syncfromflags:MANUAL /manualpeerlist:tick.usno.navy.mil


then
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w32tm /config /update


This will set your PC to get its time from the Navy's NTP clock which is much more reliable than the Windows one.
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Thanks for your quick reply. It helped me fixing my PC time.

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