Are you still getting an error message “Time sync failed” when trying to sync the time with Windows 11/10? This could be due to several factors.
This could indicate a problem in Windows Time, the overloaded server or with your internet connection. You can find multiple solutions to this problem on Windows computers using the troubleshooting guide.
Start the Windows Time Service
Windows Time, the background service responsible for time synchronization within Windows operating systems is Windows Time. You can expect unexpected errors, so make sure to restart the service via the Services console.
Press the Windows + R Run openly with these key.
In the search box, type “services.msc” Open Select the field OK.
Right-click the Windows Time Service and selection Restart. Start.
Change the Windows Time Service Properties
You can make these adjustments to Windows Time service property properties in case the error “Time synchronization failing” persists. You can do this:
Relaunch the Services console, and click again Windows Time.
SetStartup type to Automatic. Service status to Running.
Change to the Log On tab.
Select Local System account And the Allow service to interact with desktop option under it.
Select Apply > OK Service for exit and entr.
You can toggle automatic time-keeping on/off
Windows automatically time-keeping can often be disabled and reactivated. This fixes many time-syncing problems. You can do this:
Right-click the Clock Select the appropriate taskbar end and click Adjust date and time.
The toggles below should be disabled Set time automatically and Set time zone automatically.
Scroll down for the Additional settings Section and choose Sync now.
Re-activate the Set time automatically and Set time zone automatically options.
Restart Your Computer
Your computer’s core Windows functionality may stop working if it isn’t restarted often. You can open the Registry to fix the Time Synchronization Error if it persists Start menu and select Power > Restart. Update and restart You can choose to use that option instead.
Troubleshoot Your Network Connection
An error message stating that time synchronization has failed may appear. You should check your network connectivity.
These are some of the things you could try to resolve your problem:
Windows 10 and 11 automatically sync with Microsoft’s Time Server at time.windows.com. You can resolve this error by changing to the alternate time.nist.gov service. The following must be used: Control PanelFor that, use the Date and Time Applet.
Type timedate.cpl Press the Run button and place it in a box Enter.
Change to theInternet Time tab.
Select Change settings.
Select Server Choose and make your choice time.nist.gov. Synchronize with an internet time server If you see the drop-down list grayed.
Select Update now, OK.
You can add a different time server
The Registry Editor allows you to add more time servers for Windows. Servers of NTP (Network Time Protocol), which are very popular include:
Restore the Windows registry, And then:
Type regedit Place the run box in your choice and click OK.
The following path can be copied into the address box at the top Registry Editor window. Press the “OK” button Enter: :