Hey all. I've got a quick question. A couple days ago the clock in WinXP just started to run fast. By this, I mean that I syncronize it for, say, midnight. By 12:30 in real life, it reads 12:45. By 1am (reality), it will be reading 2:30am... and so forth. I've had it get up to 5 hours ahead if I let it run over the course of about 4 hours of real time. It doesn't seem to be really affecting much, operations-wise. I have had to resynch the clock a lot though and it's getting annoying. The only thing I can think of that I did was leave my DnetC client for Win2K running all day the other day. I had just started doing the OGR keys... Otherwise, I've just been gaming and surfing around and neither my games or my surfing seems to be suffering. Oh, and I just got this error today when I ran 3DMark 2001SE. "Timer Sanity Check Error" I can run a benchmark, but after each demo it stops and gives me that error. Any ideas? Would this be related to my fast clock? My Specs: Asus P4S333 MB 256 MB DDR RAM 60 GB Maxtor HD 20 GB Maxtor HD Intel 1.6GHz processor Visiontek Geforce4 Ti4400 (which I finally got working) 350W Power Supply... I am running my system in Standard PC mode in order to have my IRQ settings low (my Geforce won't run properly unless it's on IRQ 11 and XP defaults it to 16 if it is run w/ ACPI settings) The other thing i noticed is that since I did the switch to Standard from ACPI, the system seems to sort of hitch every so often. I also get a bit of a delay switching active applications... Hopefully this won't turn into my neverending "Help! MY GEFORCE4 IS BROKEN" thread over on the Nvidia section of Driverheaven! Any ideas or help to rectify this would be greatly appreciated though.