Check your Time Zone Settings. In addition to setting the currect Time Zone,
make sure that 'Automatically adjust clock for Daylight Saving Time' is
checked, if it is available for your region. Also, ensure that you have got
the correct date and time. The time server should be able to correct your
time, but there is a limit as to how much it can correct it. If the
difference between your computer's time and the server's time exceeds a
certain amount then the required change is logged rather than corrected. This
is why it is essential for you to set the correct time manually to start off
with. If you wish to have your time updated daily instead of the default
weekly update, then you need to alter a setting in your registry - full code
for this tweak is given below. This sets the update interval to 86,400
seconds or 24 hours, which is 1 day.
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
> Russ41;682285 Wrote:
> Hello, Russ. Is it possible that when you changed the time zone, you
> > As far as I can tell the Vista clock does not take into account that
> > Great
> > Britain time is UTC+1 during the summer. It is currently showing UTC
> > and
> > London time being the same.
> > Is there a setting I'm missing? I have my local time set as Pacific
> > time and
> > UTC is off by one hour as it is using Great Britain time as UTC...
> > Any suggestions are much appreciated....
> > Russ
> had omitted to change the time and date as well? Correct me if I'm
> wrong. My understanding is : when I change the time zone, it does not
> change the current time and date that are on the computer. I have to
> manually change that. Right or wrong ?