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You need to go into your control panel, find the regional settings. There you can set the correct time zone, display of numbers and degrees.
The way in there varies from windows to windows, but usually you can do a run/search in the start menu and it will pop up (searching for the control panel).
You need to be administrator for the changes to be permanent.
1. Begin on the main sales screen
2. Press the purple MORE key twice
3. Choose OTHER SET UP from the display screen
4. Type in your password if applicable
5. Press the purple MORE key until the display reads SET DATE/TIME
6. Choose SET DATE/TIME from the display screen
7. Type in the date mm/dd/yyyy
8. Type in the time HH:MM:SS in Military Time
9. Press ENTER
10. Press the red CANCEL key
Actually all the hours are military time. They are the same for the first twelve hours of the day. If you go through the setting procedure it will ask you if you want "12" or "24" hour time. Select 12. "24" is military
1. When setting the time on your watch, IF you watch can change to Military time(and most can)
2. when you are adjusting the hours go through a full 24 hour cycle.
You'll notice that the 2nd time through it is on military time.. 3rd
time through back to 12 hour day AM/PM cycle .. 4th time back to
So you can do this as many times as it takes to get to the right time ..
In 24 hour time you will see an "H" displayed where you normally see and "A" for AM and "P" for pm.
I have a G Shock DW-004 made in 1997. I had this same problem, and I tried everything to change TO military time and back to standard time. I just read the bit to try and was about to do it. I pressed the top left button to get the time to flash, and hit the light button by accident (the one with the big G on it) and VIOLA! It changed to military time. So in my model, anyway, the G light button (under the display on the edge of the watch body) changed the time to military from standard and back again, when the time is flashing.