No, I haven't tried that. I was more interested in knowing why something
that worked with XP Home, and which Microsoft says has been updated for
Vista, doesn't appear to work - at least on my PC.
Thanks for your input.
"Diamontina Cocktail" wrote:
> Have you tried downloading "Tardis" (the time fixing one I mean) and letting
> IT auto set the time instead of letting Windows do it?
> "HowardS" <HowardS@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > Has anyone yet managed to get the Microsoft fix for WA Daylight Saving
> > (Windows-KB928939-ENU.msi ) to work on Windows Vista (I have the Home
> > Premium
> > version)?
> > I have downloaded it a number of times and it has gone through an install
> > operation, but it doesn't work. The Control Panel indicates that "Western
> > Australia Time Zone Update" was installed on 1 February, which was the
> > first
> > time I tried.
> > Any ideas, anyone? Everytime Windows automatically synchronises the time
> > it
> > send me back to GMT + 8, and the Date & Time screen states that "Daylight
> > Saving Time is not observed by this zone.