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Problem with Month

Posted on 2004-08-30
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One of my friend is using Win 98. Month appears as "December" when he double clicks on the time in systray. Whenever he tries to change it to August, again it appears as "December".

any help.
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Look in the BIOS and see if it is correct there (usually press the Delete Key during the memory check. It should say while booting)

Try going into Control Panel and using the Date/Time folder. Start > Settings > Control Panel > Date/Time.
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I thought it was december...
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: D    I wish....
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I've checked BIOS and corrected it ..

thanks coral47
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Thank you much.    : )
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