Just a data point.
On my Vista Home Premium, with no modifications to timing as far as I know.
The polling time is 24 hours (1 Day). I say that because if I manualy update
the time via time.nist.gov at
11/3/2007 at 12:38 AM, it reports that : Next synchronization: 11/4/2007 at
"FrankW" <FrankW@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Thanks Ronc... it worked like a charm.
> "Ronc" wrote:
>> Search the registry for "specialpollinterval". It should show up in 3
>> places, whose path names differ at one level (CurrentControlSet vs.
>> ControlSet001 vs. ControlSet003). Modify the decimal value, not the hex
>> value, to the number of seconds you want. I used 3600. I think that if
>> change the CurrentControlSet value the other two will follow along
>> "FrankW" <FrankW@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> > Ronc,
>> > I don't like the idea of the clock setting once a week either.
>> > Where/how/what is the registry tweak that will change how often the
>> > internet
>> > clock will reset? Thanks.
>> > "Ronc" wrote:
>> >> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> >> news:email@example.com...
>> >> >
>> >> > Why does my clock lose time. Few minutes a week.
>> >> Also, I forgot to mention, the default poll interval of once a week is
>> >> not
>> >> often enough. I used a registry tweak to change mine to once per
>> >> hour.