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Problem with clock on Windows xp pro. Clock will not keep its configuration. If I set clock for 7:00 a.m Eastern Standard Time, one hour later time reads one hour behind, eg. 7:00 a.m. EST. The time keeps up and runs but always reads one hour behind.

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have you checked your time in bios?
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Hi waynf!

Double-click the time that shows in the bottom right of your screen to bring up the DATE & TIME PROPERTIES window and click on the TIME ZONE tab and make sure that the time zone that is listed is the correct one for where you live.

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