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Dang Clock

Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by -=DFOX=-, Dec 16, 2004.


  1. -=DFOX=-

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    Border Bandit

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    For some reason, no matter what I do, my comps clock keeps setting back an hour. Any tips.
     

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  2. pesticidal

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    Eh?
    CLM

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    Set it an hour fast...

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  3. -=DFOX=-

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    Border Bandit

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    LOL, you know what, Thats what Ill do, pure genious! :)
     
  4. grantglock

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    /dev/null

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    change the time zone
     
  5. gwalchmai

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    I always slap the side of my monitor really hard and shout "BAH!" really loud when I have frustrating PC problems that I can't figure out. Sometimes it fixes it but it always makes me feel better. ;)
     
  6. Glock Bob

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    Snack Attack!!!

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    1. Double-click your clock
    2. Click the "Time Zone" tab
    3. Ensure that the right time zone is selected in the drop down menu
    4. Click "OK"
     
  7. Toyman

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    As clarification, the reason this is happening is probably because the wrong time zone is selected, AND in the Date and Time Properties dialog (double click on the clock) in the Internet Time tab, the "Automatically Syncronize with an Internet time server" checkbox is checked.