It seems that quite a few desire the info on subject TSR. Below is a
summary of the information received:
Info from K2RK:
" Here's one... http://www.cclabs.missouri.edu/~c533483/netmiser/aAtomic
Clock..Win95. Go to the shareware sites, there's half a dozen...
some that dial up WWV, others get it from the
Net, then play with your error rate and
re-set the 'puter..."
Info from NM1Q:
" I'm not sue if this is the "TSR" you were looking for, but there is a
program on the WEB called Atomtime by Bruce Adelsman
(BAdelsman@aol.com) what may be the one you were looking
Info from N4SI and NV4O:
The May issue of QST on page 61 has an article regarding setting the
clocks in our computers, including several internet sites where software to
accurately set the computer clock can be downloaded.
Info from W6CT:
" I am not a computer "geek", but from what I have read TSR's can often
mess up other programs.
There is a non-TSR program I use called Timeset, which in about 45
seconds, can make a landline call to a telephone time service and
reset your computer
It is for DOS, and I am not sure if it is still available. The price I
have listed is $40
Life Sciences Software
Stanwood, WA 98292
alt address- 8925 271 St. NW, Suite 112
Ok guys now everyone has the info hope we all get our 'puters on the
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