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    In Windows 7 the System clock will not update. Stays at 8:30am all day unless I go and manually adjust it. Also if I open the clock settings and hold down the mouse buttong the second hand will stop and the clock never changes but if I move the mouse around the seconds hand will move and the clock will keep time until I stop moving the mouse with the settings open. MS Flaw???

  • IT Helpdesk Folk

    In Windows 7 the System clock will not update. Stays at 8:30am all day unless I go and manually adjust it. Also if I open the clock settings and hold down the mouse buttong the second hand will stop and the clock never changes but if I move the mouse around the seconds hand will move and the clock will keep time until I stop moving the mouse with the settings open. MS Flaw???

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      Rich


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