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    WHenever the little Powerdesk/Quickdesk is loaded, my system clock loses time, like 2-4 minutes a day. When it's turned off my clock is much more accurate. ANybody else get the same symptoms?

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    damn those drivers

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    I noticed I was losing time, but I didnt link it to the powerdesk.

    Ill have to try this (this is at work, and the auditors are going to get some funny time stamps on the Gerneral Ledger) - 'Hey, why was operator 1004 doing a $100,000.00 refund at 1:30am?'

    Ali

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    Just to let people know, BokChoy was right.

    Left the machine at work on over the weekend, and closed Quickdesk, and didnt loose any time at all.

    That machine always looses at least 5 minutes a day, so thats quite a difference.

    Ali

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    I have a similar problem. I installed CounterStrike a few months ago, and ever since, I lose dozens of hours a week.

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