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I have a Dell computer and when Daylight savings started my clock didn't not revert to the new time. I manually changed it but it keeps reverting back to the old time. How do I stop this from happening?
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Question by:Kylie82
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If the region you selected has DST. go to Date and Time properties. then select the Time Zone tab,
there should be a check box belowsaying "Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving changes"
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1-choose the correct time zone
2- reset the BIOS to its default values
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