- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Go into the BIOS setting and to the Date and Time to set the current date & Time. OR After Windows opens, click on the Time icon on the Task Bar, then the clock will appear, and you can change the date and time.
If you change the date between those hours, and the watch is set for the correct time, it may automatically roll the date forward yet again. It could mess up the internal mechanism for changing the date. The date starts to change around 11:45 PM and can take a good long while for it to fully "engage" the new date, which is why they say to wait til 2:00 AM. The internal mechanics that change the date are very sensitive. If you force it to change the date while it is automatically trying to change it, it can off-set the little gears and they may not function correctly in the future. So just make sure the time on the watch is not between 11:45 PM and 2:00 AM when you change it. The best thing to do is to change the date to the day PRIOR to the day you want (for example today is the 21st, set it to the 20th, then advance the hour / minute hands past midnight so it automatically rolls into the 21st, and then you will know if you are on AM or PM).....
But just avoid setting it between 11:45 PM and 2:00 AM as they mention.
Please make sure you rate my answer 4 thumbs up, it is extremely important to me. I would be forever grateful if you could do so. If you need more help on this question please just respond to my answer here and I will get right back to you.
Its Very simple. If you are running a Windows XP system, Click the start button - Settings - Control Panel - Double Click Date and time.
Change the Date and Time settings and Zone in the Three tabs which you have there. Isnt it Simple. If you are using a Windows Vista Machine please let me know so that i can help you with this. But both Methods are almost the same. Good Luck
Press and hold the menu button. If there is a password set up then you will need to enter it then press menu again. The first menu page has the time and date settings on it. Use the arrow keys to highlight the time/date box that you need to change then press the up/down arrow to adjust the value.
I am not familiar with this watch, but most watches with hands allow you to pull the stem outward. If you pull it out all the way, the watch stops running. If you pull it out ALMOST all the way, turning the stem in one direction changes the day and turning it in the other direction changes the date. If you have only the date on your watch, then the almost all the way out will probably control that. Don't know if that will work, but it can't hurt to try it.
Need to know which machine it is first. If you have changed the date and time and it wont stay, it could be that you need a new internal battery. If you just can get it to change, let me know what model. email@example.com or 800 989 4909
I had the very same problem. Well as for the date changing you want to press the MENU button and press the right > arrow button which will then take you to SETUP and you will see DATE/TIME you then press ok (blue button) and you set the date and time whatever it may be.
And finally, to remove the date of of the pictures press MENU and then press the ^ (up) button and you'll see a choice called "DATE IMPRINT" and then press ok and choose the option OFF and the date will disappear.