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Sharepoint2007 calendar showing event on the incorrect timeline in day view

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This is happening to all my calendars in Sharepoint MOSS2007.  If I go into day view my events that are scheduled after 5pm are not showing up on the correct time line.  If I enter an event from 5pm to 6pm it shows up at around 5:15pm.  If I edit the event it still shows the correct details from 5 to 6pm.  If I edit the event to start and end at 5pm it shows up correctly on the 5pm timeline.  See attached image.

This does not happen on my test MOSS2010 server.  Is this a known bug?  If so, does anyone know of a fix? SPCalendarEvent.tiff
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by:knwarrior74
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Do you all of the hotfix & service packs installed for sharepoint 2007?  I recall thier being some hotfix or patch for an issue similair to this.  I'll check and see if I can find it.
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by:TFHDIT
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@knwarrior74

Were you able to find the patch for this issue.  My searches have not come up with any solutions.

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No sorry I'm having troubles locating it.
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by:TFHDIT
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I am unable to find the hot fix for this bug.
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