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Auto Time Sync is not working with RPC error

I am working on one Windows XP which is belong to my parents in law. The clock runs faster. I would like to enable the automatically synchronize with an Internet time server. The problem is it is always give me the error.
The RPC Server is unavailable.
I Google it and find some one has this problem before.
I have to enable the service called, Windows Time.
But I can not find it. It is not in the list of services.
The way to get Windows Time in is to run following command.
To restore the Windows Time Service if it has been broken. Open a command
prompt…
Start | Run | Type: cmd | Click OK |
Type: net stop W32Time hit your Enter key.
Type: w32tm /unregister hit your Enter key.
Type: w32tm /register hit your Enter key.
Type: net start W32Time hit your Enter key.
Type: sc query W32Time hit your Enter key.

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SPA-2002 Daylight Saving Time setting

The phone connected with my VOIP adapter, SPA-2002, is always get the wrong time. You know, we live in North America, with Daylight Saving Time. The clock of phone will update depending on the time info from the VOIP adapter.
Even I change the phone set time manually, it will changed back next day.
So the setting of clock or time on SPA-2002 is the key issue.
Let’s see how I did to make it work perfectly in Canada.
1) NTP server.
I choose the Canadian NTP server pool. Enter the following server address into NTP server field.
ca.pool.ntp.org
2) TimeZone.
I am in Vancouver, Canada. Choose GMT-08:00.
3) Daylight Saving Time Rule
In the ‘regional’ tab, Daylight Saving Time Rule field enter the following data.
start=4/2/7/2:0:0;end=11/1/7/2:0:0;­ save=1
4) Save and it works.

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Binary Clock with Red Lights

Do you know this Clock?
POWER2-CLOCK-RED-unit
Even I know it is a clock, I can not read it.
It is a Binary Clock. So cool.

Tell time in hi-tech style with this incredible Powers of 2 BCD Clock! It uses the binary code (the language of computers) to indicate the time. After a few minutes of practice, you’ll be able to tell the time by simply adding the values of the red lights in each column. This compact unit is not a typical light show, it’s actually a working clock!

Here is a guide tells you how to read a Binary clock.

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