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efp
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Posted - 03/11/2007 :  08:48:00  Show Profile
I am using Windows XP Professional. I downloaded the 'fix' for daylight savings and this morning when I booted up my computer still showed the old time. I made a terrible mistake and unchecked the automatic daylight Savings setup and don't know how to get it back!! Help please!!! I also reset the time to read what daylight savings should read.
efp

Terry
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Posted - 03/11/2007 :  17:55:12  Show Profile  Visit Terry's Homepage
Hi Faye,
To reset your computer's time, double click the time display in your systray. This will open the "Date and Time Properties" dialog box.

You can reset the clock here if needed. Click the "Time Zone" tab at the top, then click in the check box at the lower left for the computer to automatically adjust for Daylight Savings Time.

Terry
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efp
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Posted - 03/11/2007 :  18:12:10  Show Profile
Terry, It still says Central Standard Time that is what I need to change.
Faye
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Terry
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Posted - 03/11/2007 :  19:30:35  Show Profile  Visit Terry's Homepage
Hi Faye,
Did you have to make any changes (such as re-check the DST box) in the settings? Did you click "Apply" after any changes?

Have you tried re-booting your computer after making changes?

Just a thought.
Terry
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Originally posted by efp

Terry, It still says Central Standard Time that is what I need to change.
Faye

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Beuford Lowrance
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Posted - 03/11/2007 :  21:21:38  Show Profile
Faye: Is DST needed? Is there a "Standard time" to be checcked when we "Fall Back" in Nov.? If so, I've never run across it. Just a suggestion.

Beuford L.

















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