tin problen in win xp sp2

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tin problen in win xp sp2

Post by shiran » Thu Aug 09, 2007 1:34 pm

my time zone is set to automatically adjust time for daylight saving changes because i whanted that the time in my office will be correct for the rest of the world.

now the time moved one hour forward. why does it happen? why microsoft changed is suddenly?

if i change it manually it will change back.

if i wont mark the automatically adjust time for daylight saving changes, the time will be couurect but would it be correct to the rest or the world?

what should i do?:confused:

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Re: tin problen in win xp sp2

Post by KarleneCavan » Thu Sep 26, 2019 6:20 am

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