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Date & Time will not stay current

I was give the Polaroid i1035 as a 2008 christmas gift. I am having to set the date and time over when the camera is cut off then back on again. Also, the digital time is not progressing hourly. Can some one please help.

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  • edean64 Jan 16, 2009

    same problem here with the date

  • bakere19 Feb 21, 2009

    This happens to me as well. Every time the camera is shut off it changes the date to 1/1/1970 and Windows thinks the date is 1/1/2098. They need to issue an firmware update NOW.

  • Anonymous Feb 26, 2009

    Same to me

  • rfrat Mar 05, 2009

    I am having same problem with time and date holding when camera is turned off and back on again.

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Same thing happened to me too! lol. However after you press the menu button and click "default setting", go set your date and time again. Then turn the camera off. Turn it back on and you will find that the date/time is correct!

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