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System date and time are wrong

After recent repairs, the system date and time are wrong. How do I reset them?

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  • Anonymous Mar 04, 2008

    I just got a GPS 60, and the date and time are wrong! I know how to switch time zones, but I'm on the right zone, and the date is 2 days off!

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Go to the tesk bar and double click on date icon and set correct time

Posted on Feb 03, 2008

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You need to reset the time and date from the Nintendo GameCube Main Menu. To access the Main Menu, turn the power ON while holding down the A button on the controller. Follow these steps to reset the time and date:

From the Main Menu Screen, go to the Calendar Screen by pushing RIGHT on the Control Stick.
Press the A Button to display Calendar Menu choices of Date or Time.
Use the Control Stick (UP or DOWN) to highlight your menu item and press the A Button to select your choice.
Use the Control Stick (LEFT or RIGHT) to highlight the number you want to change, then (UP or DOWN) to adjust the value.
Press the A Button to accept your choice.
Press the B Button to return to the Calendar Menu or the Main Menu.
Pressing the B Button before accepting your choice with the A Button will return you to the Calendar Menu without changing the settings.
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This message happens when a Game Disc has been removed while the system is on, and a different Game Disc is inserted. Re-insert the original Game Disc.

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This error can occur when the Game Disc has been removed while the system is on and then the Disc Cover is closed. Follow these troubleshooting steps:

Ensure the game is inserted correctly. With the power turned off on the system, replace the Game Disc in the system, printed side up. Press down gently on the Game Disc until it locks on the center hub. Close the Disc Cover and press the power button ON to see if the game comes on the screen.

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