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OS 10.4 - Clock broken?


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My clock is an hour out of sync

either forwards or backward

i have told it to sync with apple etc

what do i do?

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If it's exactly an hour off then I'd doublecheck my time zone. If it's variable then I'd wonder if my battery needs replacing. Any software installed that might muck with your clock?

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its nearlly brand new?
its set to grenwich

it was fine until i formatted my mac/ reninstalled from scratch

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Did you mess aroung with daylight savings time?
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