Autodesk: "Check that your system clock is set to the current date and time before you try again"

March 15, 2021 Jeff Arbogast

Issue:

When launching your Autodesk Software . You receive an error. Your Autodesk Software does not launch.

 

 "Check that your system clock is set to the current date and time before you try again"

 

Causes:

This is because your Time in Windows does not match the current time.

Solution:

  • Right click on The Time and Date in the lower right corner of Windows.
  • Select Adjust Date/Time.
  • Under Synchronize your Clock select the “Sync” Button.
  • Your time should not be set to the correct and you can now launch Autodesk.

 

If your clock is controlled by you IT you will need to contact IT to resolve the time issue.

About the Author

Jeff Arbogast

Manufacturing Solution Center Team Lead<br><br>Jeff is responsible for manufacturing Technical Support for both internal staff and customers. In addition to the daily activities of the support center, he helps write for the National Support Center blog, and has written online classes for the IMAGINiT training on demand site.

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