after running a repair of windows using sp3 disc clock is hour behind

so heres the situation. i had windows installed originally with a windows sp2 disk, then installed sp3. after that the windows became corrupted and i ran a repair with the windows sp3 disc. after that it booted fine but the clock is one hour behind. does anyone know how to get the clokc back to the real time?
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Mike ThomasConsultantCommented:
Check the daylight savings option or just manually set the clock if this is a standalone pc.
check the system time in the bios as well as the above
cfischer225Author Commented:
its on a domain, daylight savings time is checked, ifi i change it manually it changes right back once it checks in with the server, all other machines are set correctly, i'll check the bios next boot but i think this is a windows problem, cause all was fine untill i ran a repair with an sp3 disk
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Try reinstalling the time zone updates.
For the 2007 change for daylight savings time....
And the latest.....
cfischer225Author Commented:
says that i have the same or a newer update installed. this is so annoying
Eastern time zone like your EE settings?
If so check that your registy matches.....

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Time Zones\Eastern Standard Time]
"Display"="(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)"
"Dlt"="Eastern Daylight Time"
"Std"="Eastern Standard Time"

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Time Zones\Eastern Standard Time\Dynamic DST]
If you want to fix it fast, easy, and once and for all, run this patch from Intelliadmin. Works 99.99% of the time and has been used extensively since the last DST adjustment acouple of weeks ago.

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