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03-Jun-2007, 06:07 PM #1
Solved: clock keeps going back a hour
Hello, the clock in my task bar keeps going back an hour after i fix it to the correct time, i changed the time when the time changed happened, and since then it goes back a hour fix to the right time again and day later hour slow, it only goes back a hour and thats it.. can anyone tell me why and how to fix it

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03-Jun-2007, 06:24 PM #2
Did you set for the correct time zone?
Double click the clock on your notification area. Click the Time Zone tab, and set the correct
area you are in in the drop down. Check the box: Automatically adjust clock for daylight savings changes then Apply and OK.
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03-Jun-2007, 06:47 PM #3
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just did what you mentioned, the auto check for time box wasnt checked, see what happens thanks ron
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04-Jun-2007, 09:18 AM #4
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