Daylight Savings Patch


G

Guest

My clock keeps changing on me. The stupid thing about it is, I live in
Arizona we do not change for daylight savings time. Please figure out what is
going on here. I downloaded the patch and it says you already have it, then
the clock changes again next time i turn the computer on. What the hell is
going on here? The problem started the day DST started so I know thats the
issue.

I have XP Home its about 2 maybe 3 years old now.
 
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D

David Webb

Disable the automatic DST setting in your Date/Time Properties. To access:
D-click on the clock in the Notification Area (Systray), then select Time Zone
tab. Option is located on the bottom of the tab window.

| My clock keeps changing on me. The stupid thing about it is, I live in
| Arizona we do not change for daylight savings time. Please figure out what is
| going on here. I downloaded the patch and it says you already have it, then
| the clock changes again next time i turn the computer on. What the hell is
| going on here? The problem started the day DST started so I know thats the
| issue.
|
| I have XP Home its about 2 maybe 3 years old now.
 
M

Microsoft MVP

You could of course simply disable the Synch with time server option. Your
computer won't be that off without it.
I assume you are using the correct time zone? (Arizona is in the list)
Expermiment with the synchronize options until you find one that works.
 
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R

Rock

Doug Knox - said:
This is advice from an alleged MVP?

--
Doug Knox, MS-MVP Windows Media Center\Windows Powered Smart
Display\Security
Win 95/98/Me/XP Tweaks and Fixes
http://www.dougknox.com

He's not an MVP. His normal posting name is Scott Thomas. He started
recently trolling in the Vista newsgroups. After he and I had an exchange
on one of his troll posts to an OP who was having problems with Explorer in
Vista, where he posted to the OP that since he was using Firefox the MS
police would come after him, I labeled him a troll for that, and
subsequently he's changed his posting name from Scott Thomas to Microsoft
MVP. Claims he's some sort of tech with 12 years experience. Right....

Where his posts haven't been obvious trolling he's put out wrong or
mis-information.
 

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