Vista time not updating

I had Avast so no problem with updating this antivirus. I updated to version 1803 yesterday via Windows Update.

Is there any way to make Defender update even if Windows Update is disabled? This morning, Defender updated through the program to definition 1.267.615.0 as Windows Update has yet to run an automatic check for any updates. I have two Windows 10 Pro computers, one a desktop and the other a laptop. Tried regular checks to verify system components and online image and windows update service diagnostics, cleaned up Software Distribution, turned off non-Microsoft auto starting services, - all to no avail....

Date and Time Settings are set to "Set time automatically", But after any reboot, Windows 10 displays the incorrect time.

When I go to the Date and Time Settings configuration and toggle the "Set time automatically" setting off then on again, the time changes to the correct time.

It may be related to similar issues with windows update and error message "We couldn't connect to the update service" reported elsewhere on this forum.

I had to restart Windows update through services to stop it.That is because they do not want you running Windows on their hardware.All of this information is out there and if you want to argue, I would suggest stopping now, because it will not solve the problem that is caused by the fact that you are running Windows in a Virtual Environment, not in a real environment if you were running on Beige Box hardware.Using a Hardware RAID Areca 1880i with a straight Windows 10 install on a EFI booted SATA 3 connected SSD. Not running Windows in parallels, bootcamp, or USB.Using a Hardware RAID Areca 1880i with a straight Windows 10 install on a EFI booted SATA 3 connected SSD. You still have to use a third party utility to set the clock on Windows, since it has to run in either Parallels or Bootcamp when running on Mac hardware, with Mac OS-X installed.

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