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after a recent virus infection, and resloving it, I am having other issues. My clock for one, wont sychronize and keeps changing to military time. Can anyone help me resolve this issue. Please and thank you
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Have you been deemed clean by our malware specialists? You could still have a virus/ malware. I would suggest going there first. Follow the instructions. When you get a clean bill of health, and if it is not resolved, then we can take a look at it again.

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Please read and follow the 2nd pinned item down.

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Check your Regional Options in the Control Panel. If its in military time there, hit Customize. Hit the time tab, the format should read h:mm:ss tt for 12 hour time.
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