Recently, some of our readers shared with us that they encountered event ID 131.
Stop wasting time with computer errors.
Amtino of the Microsoft Community came up with this thread:
New solution to fix the problem without changing the website link in the registry or touching what we shouldn’t touch:
Click the time in the lower right corner of the screen, then click the date.
Choose your time on the Internet
Change the server from the window time list to nist.gov in most of the dropdown menus. Refresh the time.
Your machine should now be working: check it out by updating almost all hardware devices, etc. Everything is fine.
The nist.gov time server is obviously correct when it displays milliseconds and the window is not the time server period!
http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows8_1-performance/multiple-errors-in-event-viewer-eventid-131-from/e5054c3b-bc91-4beb-894f-4d0d9f0dd8ca ? page = 10 & msgId = c7ebffc8-93c7-4c7c-a009-4e972596adf3
I can attest that this works and why your metasystem should do the job in the first place! Everything was configured based on why Microsoft recommends and changes the source of the time update. Since I amI live in the north, I accordingly chose the west and saw it as follows:
Controls and devices
Right click an unused area
Finally, a real answer to this long-standing problem. While I had no problems with Windows 8.1 Pro, I also updated it for prophylaxis.
I skip to the previous “no answer” answers. Time has passed. I hope the moderators will support this ….
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A new solution to solve the problem without changing the link in the registry and almost without touching money, in fact it shouldn’t be:
Change the server from the Windows Time dropdown to nist.gov. Update all the time.
Your system should be fine now: I tested this on xirrigation equipment, on all devices, etc., everything is in order.
Obviously, the nist.gov time server has millisecond precision, but the Windowpane time server does not!
I can confirm that this works because the metasystem should, above all, help you with your work! Reset everything for the reason recommended by Microsoft and change the source to Update-A-Moment. Since I am all from the northwest, I chose the following role:
Finally, a real answer to this unique long-term problem. While I didn’t have any problems with Windows 8.1 Pro, I also changed the group as a precaution.
I leave the previous answers “unanswered”. Time has passed. I sincerely hope that the moderators will support this ….
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