What you have to do is that pull the crown to halfway do not pull completely out, if you pull halfway out and then move the crown to clockwise or anti clockwise it will change the date. if you pull completely out then it will change the time.
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When you pull the crown (winder) , you will notice it has two positions (two clicks). The first click is for quick date setting, the second click is for time setting (moving hands). Second click can be use for date setting as well, but for this you need to move watch hands forward for 24 hours to pass 12 o'clock.
As I can see,this is an Automatic Omega watch.The most possible cause is that the watch is out of power. Ensure the watch in your palm by passing four fingers throught closed strap and moving it up and down,making a trajectory of about 60 degrees, many times not too fast,not too slow.Try many times.If problem persists,my advice is to take it to an Authorised Omega Service Centre (as it is an expensive watch) for secure service and repair if needed.
It sounds as though the 24hr hand is being obstructed, and that is also stopping the 12hr hand. Try to examine the face carefully for foreign objects (or bent hands). Unless you're very skilled with watches, I would suggest that you take it for repair. If the hands are sticking, gently pull out the crown ("winder") to stop the watch and prevent further damage.
If your numbered ring was friction fitted then you will need the help of watchmaker. Very often those rings are glued. If yours was glued, get the good quality glue and just glue it back. Do not use Superglue. The best would be any good epoxy containing glue.