Question about Computers & Internet
Because you have not told what your computer is nor what operating system (Windows XO or Vista or even Linux) it is difficult to give you (or tell you where to get a) Guide.
I'll guess that you've got Windows XP - so click on Start (bottom left corner of screen) then Control Panel then in the right column Date time etc.
Under Pick a task - click on change date and time highlight the hours and type the new hours on the number keys. do the same for the minutes...
if needed, change the month year and day on the left side of the window.
Click the Apply button to set the time/date then click O.K. and close any open windows.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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