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System clock irregularity 2 years, 3 months ago #157365

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Whenever I enter my username and password for logging in to my account it shows "system clock irregularity". Although I have entered the correct password but it is still responding in the same manner. I have also tried to remove the P0001000 and G0001000 folders but none worked . I have Windows 10 in my laptop. Please help!

Re: System clock irregularity 2 years, 3 months ago #157372

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prob. have a look at the correct system time/date (+ restart).
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Re: System clock irregularity 2 years, 3 months ago #157397

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Thankyou

Re: System clock irregularity 2 years, 3 months ago #157629

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Hi.

I bought new laptop. It had wrong clock in BIOS and my OS had disabled time synchronization. I've started Lightworks few times, then during next startup a message about system clock irregularity appeared.

I've synced clock with NTP, I've updated BIOS clock, I've changed my profile time zone on lwks.com (it was wrong, too), I've removed G*, P* folders and rebooted few times. The message is still appearing. I'm using Linux.

What's wrong?

Marcin
Canon C100 -- Manjaro Linux User
Last Edit: 2 years, 3 months ago by gr00by.

Re: System clock irregularity 2 years, 3 months ago #157630

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Hi Marcin,

Did you replace the battery of the system clock on your mainboard?

EDIT: In other words, did you check if system clock is set coorectly after restart?
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Last Edit: 2 years, 3 months ago by hugly.

Re: System clock irregularity 2 years, 3 months ago #157631

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Hi.

Thank you for reply.

No. This is a new hardware, BUT I've started OS from USB which was used with two other computers before.

Now I renamed ~/Lightworks folder and Lightworks started with 7 day trial without login/registration requirement. This is enough for some tests, then I'll install OS from scratch.

M.
Canon C100 -- Manjaro Linux User
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