I have copied my post from MSi HQ User Forums and i'm hoping someone can shed some light on these issues as it seems to be messing around with my download speeds or at least it's not showing correctly when running speed tests as it's all over the shop.... I hope you can make sense of the below post (copied) below;
I'm having problems with the clock/time under Windows 8 Pro Media Centre x64.
The clock is running twice as fast as it should, 1 normal second is 2 seconds within Windows. So, 5 minutes in real time shows as 10 under Windows :rolleyes_anim:
I have tried stopping the Windows time service and re-registering by using the following DOS commands (Admin Privileges);
net stop w32time
net start w32time
After a restart it seems to solve the issue but the problem re-appears again once I again restart the system.
I have noticed this issue before and the only change I have made to my system is the RAM ( see following forum post - https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=170548.msg1...
As you can see in my post listed above I had to return my RAM as I had (cut a long story short) purchased to Quad Kits and each kit had different revisions, thus one kit (4 sticks) showing as slower/different memory. That problem is now resolved and my RAM has been replaced by Kingston and running as it should. Surely the RAM shouldn't be causing this?
My system is running at stock settings/speeds (not overclocked) and I'm running BIOS version '4.3B2 / 20130605' on the 'MSi X79A GD65 [8D] (MS7760)'.
I've just noticed that the smilies displayed above, where you can select to insert in to your forum post are going mad and the animation is twice as fast also and the cursor which flashes when typing is the same and running at double speed! :confused2:
I just cant think what could be causing this :bonk:
I really do hope someone can help and offer any suggestions on a fix or to troubleshoot.
Many thanks in advance.....
Well, this is odd and thought it's worth mentioning...
If I restart my system the issue disappears and all is normal. However, if I shutdown and then start the system this is when the problem(s) start :think:
Any ideas? I haven't.... :bonk:
Comment Added 0810PM: I've now noticed that website animations are running fast...