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Hi forum,

I have a problem with my Macbook Pro. On itunes, skype and pretty much any application you could think of, the date is shown as 08/12/2011 although for files from last year it changes to 08/12/2010.

Does anyone have any idea as to why this would happen? It's been doing it for as long as I can remember and I've only now started to get really annoyed with it as I can't track my conversations on Skype properly.


Thanks in advance for any replies,

Stuart
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