clock setting

  bigray 17:38 13 Feb 09

clock in taskbar will only register up to twelve hours ie 05.36 instead of 17.36 all times state zero first, can any one please help.

  Stuartli 17:43 13 Feb 09

Double click on the time display and adjust as necessary to 24 hour clock operation.

  FreeCell 17:44 13 Feb 09

Try going to Regional Settings in Control Panel and selecting the Time Tab. If you use the Customise option you can set the time display format to your choice.

  woodchip 18:06 13 Feb 09

Regional Settings in Control Panel changes it to 24hour if thats how you like it

  bigray 18:11 13 Feb 09

thanks every one, but already tried all this, just cannot alter it, thanks again for interest.

  ambra4 18:25 13 Feb 09

Control Panel - Regional & Language Settings – Click Time Tab – Time Format – change

common “h” to Capital “H” - Apply

In other words 12 hour clock “h:mm ss tt” 24 hour “H:mm ss tt”

  bigray 05:56 14 Feb 09

thanks ambra4 but tried this, I dont have time format, all that is there is Regional options Languages & advanced, none of these help but thanks for the effort

  €dstowe 06:34 14 Feb 09

By "all times state zero first" do you mean that the clock is at zero every time you reboot? If so, that indicates that the motherboard battery has expired and needs replacing.

  bigray 08:16 14 Feb 09

Thanks €dstowe, no hard to explain bu clock only states zero before time ie 07.30 instead of 19.30, yet in the date & time properties it shows 19.30 but task bar shows 07.30

  Stuartli 09:24 14 Feb 09

Check the Bios basic configuration settings, including the time format.

  DieSse 11:03 14 Feb 09

The instructions above for changing the time format, for XP are slightly wrong.

Control Panel - Regional & Language Settings – Click Customize next to top box.

A new window appears (Customise Regional Options) - Click Time Tab – modify as per instructions.

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