[ct-user] CT and clocking under Windows XP

Ed K1EP k1ep.list at gmail.com
Wed Nov 26 21:39:23 EST 2008

Are you running CT9 or CTWin9?  Running DOS CT in Windows environment 
will most likely cause the timing problem.  Upgrade to V10 and run 
CTWin in Windows or CTDos in DOS.

At 11/26/2008 08:37 PM, Bob Wilson, N6TV wrote:
>On Wed, Nov 26, 2008 at 4:38 PM, Richard <w3rj at ptd.net> wrote:
> > I would try the latest version of CT (10) or even CTWIN but I understand
> > that the log format is not the same as the one used in CT9 and I'm not
> > thrilled about doing a lot of conversions.
>CTWin9 binary files are 100% compatible with CT for DOS Version 9.
>CTWin10 binary files are 100% compatiblie with CT for DOS Version 10.
>Download either windows version from
>If the clock problem is still there, you can always double click the Windows
>Clock in the lower-right corner of the Windows task bar, then select the 3rd
>tab,m "Internet time", to reset your PC clock over any current Internet
>Bob, N6TV
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