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Date & Time of calendar

I was able to transfer data from my old iPAQ to the hx4700. However, I just noticed that the time of all my appointments are off. For example, if the appointment is 8:00 a.m., the hx4700 shows correct time. But the desktop show one hour earlier, 7:00 a.m. If I go to desktop to ensure it's correct (8:00 a.m.), then the hx4700 shows one hour later (9:00 a.m.). Any idea what I did wrong. Thanks.

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Sounds like your PC is not set to adjust for daylight savings.... the ipaq automatically adjusts for daylight savings but the PC does not. On your PC double click on clock, click on Time Zone tab and then on that screen you will see the box that needs to be checked. also check that both PC and IPAQ are set to same time-zones.

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