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Error changing time in XP mode

Posted on 2011-03-20
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My XP mode clock will not update to Daylight time.  Every time I change it manually, it reverts back an hour within 3 seconds or so.  Any suggestions?
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automatically set the clock to sync with time.windows.com

right click on your time and select adjust date and time

select time zone tab and select the "automatically synchronize with a internet time server" checkbox.

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Do windows updates in XP and make sure you have installed all the updates. These updates will include DST updates too.

Try it


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