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  • chillmanza

    Start out by setting the Time Zone to the time zone for where you live. Then make sure that "Automatically adjust for DST" is checked. That will probably fix the problem.

    However, here are two other things to consider:

    1. Check your "BIOS" time by going into setup when he computer starts. Make sure THAT time is also set to what you want it to be. If that too keeps changing, it means your systems CMOS battery is weak/dead and its time to replace it. Consult your system manual to see how to replace it.

    2. Make sure you have all the Daylight Savings Time patches installed. Run a Windows update.

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    i have done all the steps and it's incorrect .

    Category : Operating System

    asked on 27th Nov, 2011 | 1 Answer | Log in to answer

uttam
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In the first question you had mentioned your OS is XP and now in this question it says its Vista. Also you have not mentioned about BIOS time settings. Does the time in BIOS stay OK or it also keeps changing, do let me know.


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