date and time clock errors

  billdoc 22:02 12 May 05

My problem is that the day and month on time clock are transposed ie 10th May becomes 5th October, 11th May becomes 5th November etc. I am using English (uk) and language and regions are correct. When I correct manually it is ok till Ireboot and the error repeats. Any solution?

  iscanut2 22:29 12 May 05

Have a look at your BIOS settings for the time and date display.May have been set wrong ?

  octal 22:30 12 May 05

It might be your CMOS battery needs replacing, how old is your computer?

  DieSse 22:36 12 May 05

It still looks like you have a wrong regional setting, or a wronf Date time format (depending on which OS you have). Because that's what a US date would look like, day and month reversed.

Is this in the system tray, only in Word, or what - some more detail may help, please.

  Satmansq 08:09 13 May 05

I would agree with DieSse, it looks like a wrong setting, the americans always put the month first, try setting the day of the month to 13, it probably wont work, if it is really the month.

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