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Setting clock on laptop toshiba need to find out how to change time on laptop pc


Click on the clock time and you can edit the time and date.

The clock time is on the bottom right hand side of the desktop.

Feb 07, 2014 | Toshiba Computers & Internet

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How do I set the time zone? It run out of battery so when I changed it, the time zone is pacific and I need to change it to mountain time.


To change the time zone, open the control compartment cover on the bottom of the clock. Locate the "Time Zone" switch and set it to the appropriate time zone for your area. Six time zones are programmed into your clock, "A" for Atlantic, "E" for Eastern, "C" for Central, "M" for Mountain, "P" for Pacific and "H" for Hawaiian. Once you've chosen the correct time zone for your Brookstone digital desk clock, you must select whether you want the clock to operate using the 12-hour or 24-hour format. The clock is set to the 12-hour format by default. If you'd like to change the setting to the 24-hour format, locate the "Time Format" switch on the bottom of the clock and flip it to "24-hour".
You can also decide whether to turn your clock's automatic Daylight Savings Time feature on or off. If you turn the feature on, your clock will automatically move forward by one hour at 2:00 a.m. on the first Sunday in March and fall back by one hour at 2:00 a.m. on the first Sunday in November. To choose your preference, locate the "DST" switch on the bottom of the clock and flip it to "Autoicon1.png" or "Off".

Read more: http://www.ehow.com/way_5585650_brookstone-digital-desk-clock-instructions.html#ixzz2phA7kQ1b

Jan 07, 2014 | Brookstone Self-Setting Atomic LCD Clock

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Setting time on wincraft desk clock


Directions for Desk Clock - Without the C?/F? button


To change the Temperature:

Press the "S" button once (this will change from Fahrenheit to Celsius)


To change the Time and Date:

Press the "M" button once to change time to or from military time

Press the "S" button once to change the hour

Press the "S" button again to change the minute

Press the "S" button again to change the year

Changing the year will also change the day of the week

Press the "S" again to change the month

Press the "S" again to change the date


To set the Alarm:

Press the button with an alarm clock on it

Press the "S" button once

A flashing 12:00 should appear

Press the arrows to set the hour

Press the "S" button again to set the minutes

Press the "S" button again to change the "ring" of the alarm

There will ne a number below the time the alarm is set for

Use the arrows to advance through the options


To turn the alarm functions completely off:

Press the button with the alarm clock on it

Press the "S" button five times

When three dashes appear where the time would be, it is off.

Press the "M" button three times to get back to the main clock function


To clear the secondary clock:

You can set two different times on the clock, so if you travel frequently you can have a home time with alarm and a travel time with alarm saved and ready to go. There is a primary time, the one you normally see on the clock with an alarm clock function after it. There is also a secondary time with an alarm function after it.

Clearing the secondary clock will make it easier to know when you get back to the primary clock function.

Press the "M" button three times

Press the "S" button seven times

When three dashes appear where the time would be, it is off

Press the "M" button two more times


And you are Done!





Jan 02, 2012 | Wincraft FLORIDA GATORS OFFICIAL THE SWAMP...

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How do I change the time one hour ahead for an RP5430A model clock radio?


Slide the Wake 1/Wake2/Clock switch to the Clock position. Then press the forward button to advance the clock by the needed amount of time. Then slide the switch back to the side with the key icon.

If you set the DST switch to ON, you can move the time zone switch to one time zone further east for a few weeks until the DST change in the program takes effect. Then move the time zone switch back to your current time zone. (Repeat this in the fall to correct for the later change in DST again). The exact length of time between when DST starts and ends versus when the clock will change the program will depend on when the clock was manufactured. Clocks built after July 2006 should have the correct DST programs. Clocks from earlier have a much shorter period of DST (April through Oct).

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Mar 13, 2011 | RCA RP5430 Clock Radio

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Since the time change I can't reset my clock. It


If your clock radio is more than two years years old it will be operating on the old changeover schedule, and there's no way that you can change the schedule. What you can do though, is turn the DST switch (if so equipped) to the OFF position and change the time manually. If yours is an "atomic" clock you can force the change by setting the clock to a different time zone. (I have an atomic clock that's set up on the old schedule. DST is OFF, and I change the zone between the Central and Eastern time zones.)

Bill B

Apr 02, 2010 | Emerson SmartSet CKS1850 Clock Radio

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I have a radio Shack Atomic Wall Clock 63-1438 and the time didn't change on Oct 31, 2009. Should it automatically change of do I have to reset the clock?


Most atomic clocks simply receive the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) time signal. They do not all allow for daylight savings time changes as not all areas use it.

You will have to adjust manually.

Nov 04, 2009 | SkyScan 86709 Atomic Wall Clock

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Can't change clock to eastern standard time


Can't solve it but the clock doesn't know the government changed when daylight ends.

Nov 04, 2008 | RCA RP5430 Clock Radio

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Day Light Savings Time


If you tip your clock over you will see three little buttons under. They are each labeled. Press/hold the one that says "clock" until your display blinks. Use the forward/back buttons on face of clock to re-set time, then press the little "clock" button underneath it again to keep the time you just set. It probably will beep.
When Congress's ideal day comes, re-set it the same way. Sorry, but all this will do is keep you from having to look at the wrong time for a few weeks straight.

Oct 28, 2008 | Zenith Z166S Clock Radio

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Daylight savings time again


Appparently the problem could be with your location, or just that there may be a delay before time correction until the old date - check again the link to amazon i posted before - there are a couple of new reviews that discusss the daylight saving issue, also - The US clock says; "I have a radio controlled clock that receives NIST time. Will the new rules affect me? Your radio controlled clock should automatically implement the new DST rules. The WWVB broadcast contains information that tells your clock whether DST or ST is currently in effect. NIST always sends this information to agree with the current DST rules, so your clock should change automatically on the day of the change, just as it has in previous years. If the time is wrong after the DST change, make sure that your clock has recently received the time signal. Many radio controlled clocks have a synchronization indicator that will tell you if your clock has recently synchronized. If the clock isn't receiving the signal, click here for some tips on improving reception. If it has received the signal recently, check to make sure that the clock's time zone setting is set properly. Also, if you live in an area where DST is not observed (Arizona, for example), you need to disable the automatic DST function on your clock. I have a non-radio controlled clock that used to automatically correct itself for DST. Will it still work? The only way to find out is to wait and see, or to contact the manufacturer of the clock. There are a large number of non-radio controlled clocks, marketed under names like "AUTOSET" or "SMARTSET" that have internal firmware that automatically changes the time by one hour on the transition days to and from DST. These clocks do not connect to a NIST time service, and some of them will no longer work properly due to the DST rule change. For example, clocks manufactured prior to the rule change will probably not switch to DST in March, but will wait until April in accordance with the old rule. If you have a clock like this that fails due to the new rules, your only recourse is to adjust the clock manually, or to contact the manufacturer and ask for an upgrade or a replacement. If you need to contact manufacturer check http://www.emersonscott.com/ezsetamclocr.html Hope this helps:)

Mar 11, 2007 | H.H. Scott SCR120 Clock Radio

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