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Can't adjust Time and Date

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Hi, I'm using Windows XP SP2, and I can't adjust the time for daylight savings time.

I'm logged in as an administrator, yet when I click 'Adjust Date/Time' it comes up with

You do not have the proper privilege level to change the System Time

I'm not using a limited account.

The computer recognizes me as an Administrator, it's never told me that i have insufficient privileges before.

What do I need to do to be able to set my time?

Edited by RICEric, 11 March 2007 - 08:35 PM.

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I would try starting in safe mode, log on as system admin, and do it there.
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