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Change time/date from military time display


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cris99301

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I was sent your direction by Rorschach112 in the Malware Removal section of the forum to help me out in getting my display time back to normal from it's current military time display. The display changed during all the fixes needed to get rid of trojans and spyware. You can review what was done if you need to here at my Malware post.

Thanks in advance to anyone who can help me out! You all rock! :)

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To change the way your computer displays the time:

Open Regional and Language Options in Control Panel. On the Regional Options tab, under Standards and formats, click Customize. On the Time tab, specify any changes you want to make. If you do not see the format you want in Time format, follow these guidelines:

To Do this:

Display time in a 24-hour format Type uppercase H or HH for the hour
Display time in a 12-hour format Type lowercase h or hh for the hour
Display leading zeros in single-digit hours Type two characters, HH or hh
Suppress the display of leading zeros in single-digit hours, minutes, or seconds Type a single uppercase H, or lowercase letter, such as h, m, or s
Display a single letter to indicate AM or PM Type lowercase t
Display two letters to indicate AM or PM Type lowercase tt
Display text Type single quotation marks (') around text

Note:

To open Regional and Language Options, click Start, click Control Panel, click Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options, and then click Regional and Language Options.


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Awsome thanks! But now I feel like a complete dork. For some reason I thought it would be a lot more complex to take care of... but everything is all better now. :)

Thanks again for your help!

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You're welcome. Glad to have helped. Have a great weekend.

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