-=PCTechTalk=- Re: CLOCK

I wouldn't re-format at this point, I would maybe overinstall.  ODD a 2 - 3 
year old Gateway!?!
a buddy of mine had a time thing go wrong with his 2-3 yr old Gateway too.  He 
doesnt know if he had a timezone problem or not, he never looked.  Eventually 
hi sproblem did fix itself however he is on Dial-up and cleans and reboots his 
puter everyday.  I am assuming you are on a broadband connection (as you use it 
for work) and it doesn't get rebooted every day.
sandy1943@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
Purchased brand new about 2 years ago, and not on network, XP PRO I can't
recall when it worked to be honest, not something I usually check, I just
noticed some emails had wrong time stamp so checked an notice time was
incorrect as it is again now! UGH it's timing things at 10:54 PM and it's
only 4:54 PM I turned off the internet time where it automatically
synchronize with an internet server in the date and time properties box.
now the time is wrong again! shoot!

It's a gateway, and as I mentioned 2 or is it 3 years old now. A few weeks
ago I did a search and didn't find anything so was hoping to replace or
repair the clock.... but can't find a thing on it.

I was transferring my information form calendar on my laptop using a pst
file and noticed when it put the new appointments from my laptop into the
calendar on this desktop, it puts them in the wrong places, ex I have an
appointment for 4 and it put it at 8pm on the calendar! but that might be a
different problem....

If I didn't need the computer so much for work, I would reformat it but... I
need it daily for work

Sandy
----- Original Message -----
From: "Don" 
To: 

Sent: Sunday, April 03, 2005 10:36 PM
Subject: -=PCTechTalk=- Re: CLOCK


I'm out of ideas... the rest of this message is just to try to find some new
ones. Can someone out there chime in with something....

Is your computer on a network or was it purchased new or used at a surplus
sale or similar and have a network configured or corporate customized
version of Windows installed? In a home network? Do you login as an
administrator or a user. (I'm thinking permissions here) Is your XP the
Home or Pro version? Retail or OEM?

What was done with the computer between the last time you had the tab and
the first time you noticed it missing?

What brand is your computer? Have you called them or visited the user
forums to find an answer?

I Google searched Microsoft.com and could not find anything useful.

Don


----- Original Message -----
From: 
To: 

Sent: Sunday, April 03, 2005 6:08 PM
Subject: -=PCTechTalk=- Re: CLOCK


> No I don't think so, I can't send a picture, PCtechtalk apparently doesn't
> allow attachments.
>
> I don't think I have a time sync program installed, at least I don't
> recall
> any , I looked at the last tab on the clock box, (the internet time
> tab)and
> it says
>
> time.windows.com
> or
> time.nist.gov
>
> Mine is set on time.windows.com, I have no idea if this affects anything
> or
> not?
>
> Sandy

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