- Windows 10 Support »
- Time Synchronization Failed Issue
HOW TO FIX TIME SYNCHRONIZATION FAILED WINDOWS 10?
Windows system has an automatic clock synchronization service, which is working ever since the introduction of the technique. When the time synchronization becomes an issue on the Windows 10 system, the latest updates and the system configuration gets affected. Read the following section to know about the solutions to fix the issue time synchronization failed Windows 10 computer.
1. Verify the Windows time service
- If the Windows service time itself is wrong, then the time synchronization fails.
- On the desktop, press the Win and R keys together to open the Run dialog box.
- In the empty field, enter “services.msc” and click OK.
- Now, a list of services appears on the window. Double-click the Windows Time service to open the properties box.
- Choose Automatic as the Startup type, click the Start button, click Apply, and then OK and then check if the issue time synchronization failed Windows 10 is solved or not.
2. Try another server
- In the search bar, type “date and time” and click the Date and Time option from the suggested result.
- When the Date and Time window opens up, click the Internet Time tab, and select the Change settings button.
- In the Internet Time Settings dialog box that shows up, choose the appropriate Server from the drop-down menu.
- Now, click the Update now button and then click the OK button.
3. Start Windows Time service
- Go to the
Rundialog box and open the services window.
- Select Windows Time from the list and go to the Properties dialog box.
- Following that, select the Logon tab and choose the Local System account menu.
- Enable the checkbox of the Allow service to interact with desktop option, select the Apply button, and click OK.
- Next, go on to restart the Windows computer and see if the time synchronization failed Windows 10 problem is resolved.