A little while back I had mentioned that my system clock had gone bonkers on me. It just changes to a random time, at any given moment. I had found a few solutions, which included running 3rd party software such as Wim's World Clock or Atomic Clock Sync. These programs checked an online time server at any interval you choose (every minute, for example) and would sync your system clock to that time server's clock. In essence, it keeps your clock accurate at all times.
Well sure enough, these programs have ceased to work, and I'm now back to my clock going crazy on me again. I don't know why they stopped working, I've tried everything for days and days to get them going again but no luck. (Uninstall/re-install, etc etc). I also don't know what's wrong with my clock, but it's not likely a battery issue because my computer is still relatively new and everything else is ok. I don't know if this is malware or something but it's the most stubborn problem I've ever encountered on this PC.
My question - does anyone know of a way for AHK to connect to these external time servers and update the system's clock to match? I could write a script with a timer that would check the server every minute or so, and then change the clock to that server's time. But this is a little over my head at the moment, and I'm not even sure it could be done.
Would anyone happen to know?