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clock on desktop alters

Posted on 2009-03-30
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I use Win XP pro and I use AVG proffesional. as security. this updates itself.Recently the clock time on my PC desktop.shows a time that is not relevant to the Lonndon time that should be shown. When I leave the pc the time is correct ,but on return after a few hours the time had either gone back or forward many hours, this does not occur often. no one else has access to pc
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Double click on your clock- click the time zone tab and select your correct time zone - Then click the Internet Time tab and allow the computer to automatically update with either server. Click update now and apply the settings.  This should solve it :)

Cheers,
-steve
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many thanks. learn something every day
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