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PDA clock and appointments change at sync by one hour

When my laptop and PDA sync, the clock on my PDA shifts back one hour. It also moves all of my appointments back one hour. I have tried rebooting the PDA, uninstalling and then reinstalling the Microsoft Activesync software, but the PDA still changes times when sync'd. I made sure both my PDA and PC were operating with the same time zone and date.

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  • locomoya Mar 23, 2009

    I have the same problem on the same product. I reset the clock to the correct time but when I sync with my laptop, it goes back one hour.



    Not a crisis, just annoying! This is a fairly recent development: I suspect it's related to my laptop's Vista OS.

  • Anonymous Apr 01, 2009

    Same problem as other users. Very frustrating.

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I am running vista and havent had this problem, as a matter of fact if you have vista you no longer need activesync. Vista comes with a built in software application to sync you PDA, there si no logical solution i can think of that would cause this problem other than your computer may need to be updated, and also vista will update all the drivers for the dell x30 as well, just make sure it is able to do all updates, not just microsoft ones.
hope this works for you!

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