I mean "geek" in a loving way of course, lol. I've noticed in the last month or so that my clock (lower right taskbar clock) somehow becomes slow throughout the day. At first I thought it was happening from it being left on over night, but I started shutting it down regularly, and it still happens. When the computer starts up, the clock is correct. As the day wears on, it slows down gradually until it's about 10-15 minutes slow. I've double clicked on it and gone to the "Internet Time" Tab and clicked "Update Now". Sometimes it updates and jumps forward several minutes to the correct time, and other times it gives an Error message saying it could not update. Any ideas what is wrong or how to fix it? I have Windows XP Media Center Edition, Version 2002, Service Pack 3. I hate googling computer problems because I always end up sifting through a bunch of junk/spam type sites. Thought I'd ask here first.