Desktop Clock

  segul111 17:17 13 Oct 2006

I've experienced an unusual 'fault' I downloaded and installed all the latest (15) patches for windows and other microsoft products using the auto installer, I then rebooted and found that my clock had suddenly lost 1 hour. After investigation I found that the clock was now reading (GMT) Casablanca and Monrovia Now, I'm not overly concerned but is this an usual occurrence?

  Technotiger 17:54 13 Oct 2006

Hi, I don't think it is a 'usual occurrence' otherwise it would appear on these pages more often. I trust you have reset your clock to the normal time, for wherever you are?


  segul111 19:04 13 Oct 2006

Yeah done that, doesn't seem to have been anything else causing it, ran anti spyware and did a deep virus scan, nothing comes up so have to believe what I can see

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