The clock thing wasn't so much
asking if it's super accurate,
rather, has it gotten stuck? Years
ago (and a few generations back on
Windows software) I had some program
that would get knotted up on
occasion, and would cause the clock
to stop updating like it should. I
think it was spinning on some I/O
port. Caused multiple minutes of
delay, sometimes an hour or so.
VERY obvious, just looking at the
clock icon on the task bar. That
kind of clock problem... I have no
idea if Win-10 could even have that
possibility, as the I/O model is
totally different now.
So, let me try it here... Where
exactly is the ISS tracking config?
Again, I remember trying it years
ago, but have lost the recipe on how
to do it.
Great question about the clock,
but I run a standalone atomic
clock on the bench next to my
computer and that is not the
issue .... although I had not
even thought about that and was
encouraged when you gave me the
idea, so just to make sure I
setup a program to automatically
sync my windows 10 using this: http://www.worldtimeserver.com/atomic-clock/
check it again later, as I set
this up to sync every 4 hours
and see if the tracking is
better ... but yes, I am using
APRSIS32 as my tracking
software, but I also have
SatPC32 v. 12.8c that I use to
check against the APRSIS32
location. I am used to having
to update Keps every few days
... but not every few hours.
is amiss Watson! Any
suggestions are welcome.