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XP TimeStamp.

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by filippos814, Jul 22, 2008.

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  1. filippos814

    filippos814 Thread Starter

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    Hi all.! Well, I want to change the usual timestamp(hh:mm) ,as hmm...for example ( hh:mm:ss ) ..Can somebody help me?? I think that the timestamp file..should be in the system32 folder...But i can solve me problem..If someone knows...please reply..! ty..
     
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    I think maybe if you click on the time on the taskbar, then select time zone, click on the bar and scroll down to where it has the GMT-00:00 for the country you want the time for, it should show it that way.
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    Or are you looking for this.
     

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