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one more quick question. that combofix changes the time and date format. how do i get that to change back to normal? she is having problems in her excel documents with that date format.
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Okay go to Start >Control Panel >Date ,Time and regional settings.
Click on Regional and language options.
Next to the section that says your regional language (mine is English) click on customise.
Click on the Time tab at the top.
The next to time format make sure that it looks like this >h:mm:ss tt if it doesn't then change it to that.
Then click apply then ok.
Then apply then ok again and you should be good to go.

Let me know if that takes care of it?
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Okay go to Start >Control Panel >Date ,Time and regional settings.
Click on Regional and language options.
Next to the section that says your regional language (mine is English) click on customise.
Click on the Time tab at the top.
The next to time format make sure that it looks like this >h:mm:ss tt if it doesn't then change it to that.
Then click apply then ok.
Then apply then ok again and you should be good to go.

Let me know if that takes care of it?


thanks that took care of it
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Ok one question why do you have so many computers to work on are you working for a buisness or what?
Just curious?
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Ok one question why do you have so many computers to work on are you working for a buisness or what?
Just curious?

yeah i'm in the it department.

unfortunately our server crashed that was passing out our virus definitions, so a few computers got hit.
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Unfortunately we can no longer help you as it violates our terms of use.
Here is the link to the TOU > http://www.geekstogo...boardrules.html


We offer free computer help and tech support for home and personal use. We are not here to support others that work for profit, or to support/replace your company's IT department.

Your other threads will be closed.
Sorry.


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