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clock stuck on 24hr /military time? cannot change back to normal 12hr time.

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My clock is on 24hr/military time. Can't seem to adjust any settings to get it back to normal.
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Go to control panel => regional and language options => customize => time and change the time format there.
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to expand a little, HH = military time, hh = 12 hour clock with a leading zero ie 01:46, or h = 12 hour clock with no 0 ie 1:46
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