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    I not sure but I think that the clock on the forums is off by about a hour. I checked my settings and it is set to GMT -6 which is correct but the time is off by an hour.

    (hmm... maybe I'm living somewhere else? hmm... I wonder...)

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    Bithpq:

    In the your Control Panel > Edit Options > Date & Time Options > Time Zone, how do you have the "DST (Daylight Savings Time) Correction Option" set?

    Try "Automatically detect DST settings".

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    Quote Originally Posted by md usa spybot fan View Post
    Try "Automatically detect DST settings".
    It was already set to that. But I turned it to "always on" and the time is now right but now at the bottom it says "All times are GMT-5." and I have it set to GMT-6.
    Last edited by Bithpq; 2009-06-06 at 23:10. Reason: Unfinnished

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    Bithpq:

    You may or may not be able to control the volume of the internal speaker depending on the system, OS, drivers, etc. (none of which you shared).

    If the internal speaker can be controlled, it is possible that it can be controlled by Volume Control. To see:
    • Double click on the Volume icon in the System Tray (System Notification Area) of the task bar.
    • Mute all the devices and see of any this stops the problem.
      1. If it does, through the process of elimination determine the device and lower the sound volume.
      2. If not, add other sound devices as follows and replete the process:
        • To display other sound devices, in the Options menu, click Properties.
        • In the Properties dialog box, click Playback and select the check box next to the device you want to display (it can be Internal Speaker, Front, etc. or you may not be able to control the volume of the internal speaker via the Volume Control dialog.

        Note: You must click OK after checking a device

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    Bithpq:

    Please ignore my previous reply. I was working on an answer to two (2) of your questions at the same time and got interrupted. The above reply should be in response to this query:

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    What OS are you running and is it up-to-date?

    What do your OS setting say for date and time:
    • Go into Control Panel.
    • If you are in Category View click on Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options.
    • Date and Time.
    • In the Date and Time Properties dialog select the Time Zone tab.
      • Is the proper time zone selected?
      • Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving changes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by md usa spybot fan View Post
    What OS are you running and is it up-to-date?
    Windows XP SP3 up-to-date
    I check and all properties are right.

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