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Windows XP "Time" trouble!

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I have Windows XP media edition. I recently changed the year of my computers time because the license of some software i have expired, so i changed the year and then changed it back to normal.

The problem is that now when i sign into a forum that i visit daily, it remains at the time "June 2, 2007, at 8:07 pm. When i click the "Home" button, it does not refresh my time and remains at june 2 when it really is june 3.

I tried shutting down, restarting, changing my time, syncronizing the time with the web and nothing is working!

when i view the site on my other computer i do not have this problem, so it must be my computer that is messing it up!

any help is appreciated!
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Have you tried a system restore to before the problem?
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microsoft has issued a hot fix for the issue you described refer to article #888432 when contacting support
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