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Time wrongly displayed

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by CrazyDreamer, Aug 27, 2003.

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  1. CrazyDreamer

    CrazyDreamer Thread Starter

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    My web based helpdesk system is displaying wrong time on some PCs. Have ran winmsd on those PCs and noticed that the reported time in my printout is incorrect (correct date but wrong time)

    Have checked the PC time and timezone. Everything is correct.

    Got the user to login to another PCs and everything looks fine.

    It's driving me nuts...anyone any idea???
     
  2. mobo

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    Is windows time set to automatic in services ?
     
  3. CrazyDreamer

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    yup...it is set to automatic.

    hardware, bios all the same...still the time displayed is different! :(
     
  4. mobo

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    Is it maintaining the settings for the time zone and date ?
     
  5. CrazyDreamer

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    setting on the timezone and date is correct. just that the displayed time on the web application is one hour different.

    when the user logons to another PC, everything looks purrfectly correct.

    so i am sure it is not the application problem but more to those specific PC - either OS or.. IE 6.0???

    had one incident where the only difference between the two PCs is the OS (one is on Win2K and the other XP) but it may just be a concident since the problem doesn't only happen on XP but on some Win2K machines too..... Hmmmmmm
     
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