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Even if I go into Control Panel>>Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options and I physically change the formats and click 'apply', my clock will still stay in military time.

What do I do? Should I uninstall ComboFix now that I don't need it?
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Why were you using ComboFix, who told you to run it? Hopefully you were doing this under direction of a malware expert as running it on your own can cause some serious problems with your computer.

Definitely uninstall it, see if that helps but I suspect you now have a registry problem. Hope I'm wrong.

Post back after uninstalling please.
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Yes, I was using ComboFix under direction from the user loophole after posting in the Malware forum. No worries, I didn't mess with it myself.

Ok, uninstalling it worked. I was able to change the formatting and apply it, and so far so good.
Thanks for answering my question!
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Glad to hear it. Wonder what ComboFix does that causes this? Oh well, no longer a problem.

Thanks for letting me know.
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Hey there killing Windows...

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Edited by Octagonal, 01 August 2009 - 11:52 PM.
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