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# 16218 29-Sep-2007 18:54
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Don't forget to put your clocks forward 1 hour before you go to bed tonight ;)

Also make sure you have installed the Daylight saving patch from Microsoft you can find out more about it here: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=933360 , http://www.microsoft.com/nz/msdn/timezone/itpro.mspx , or your computer time will be wrong tomorrow.
 
Tonight Daylight saving starts.


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  # 88674 29-Sep-2007 21:07
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stu28: Don’t forget to put your clocks forward 1 hour before you go to bed tonight ;)

Also make sure you have installed the Daylight saving patch from Microsoft you can find out more about it here: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=933360 , http://www.microsoft.com/nz/msdn/timezone/itpro.mspx , or your computer time will be wrong tomorrow.

Tonight Daylight saving starts.


Am bit lazy and my Vista is taking care of it , lol Cool






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  # 88683 29-Sep-2007 23:55
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Did apple ever release an update for this?

 
 
 
 


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  # 88684 30-Sep-2007 00:22

Apple hasn't released anything, but there's a third-party patch available at http://www.mactcp.org.nz/nzdt.html.

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  # 88687 30-Sep-2007 01:28
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Did the Windows Patch show up in Windows Update at all - is my mother going to ring me up and say the time on the computer is wrong?

I vaguely remember this showing up on Vista Windows Update...

Pete.

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  # 88688 30-Sep-2007 03:02
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Sweet Smile






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  # 88689 30-Sep-2007 03:03
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tallPete: Did the Windows Patch show up in Windows Update at all - is my mother going to ring me up and say the time on the computer is wrong?


I did get that update from Windows Update




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  # 88690 30-Sep-2007 03:07
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Thats great news. Windows Update gets a lot of flack, but as far as I'm concerned, anything that keeps my mothers and sisters computers working while I am out of the country is just fine.

In fact, my mother has only had to ring me up with computer related issues when Xtra screwed up some upgrade to Yahoo or something.

 
 
 
 


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  # 88691 30-Sep-2007 06:09
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To confirm that Vista did handled the DST through Windows Update, here is a screenshot detailing the update details...

I had installed Vista in my virtual pc earlier and hadnt updated it since then and today I did that , lol Cool






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  # 88693 30-Sep-2007 08:43
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All my Windows Servers, Windows clients (Windows Vista, Windows XP) and Windows Mobile devices automatically changed their timezones. The iMac we have here didn't.




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  # 88701 30-Sep-2007 12:12
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  # 88733 30-Sep-2007 14:05
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Can you not just change the clock manually?

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  # 88743 30-Sep-2007 14:39
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My BlackBerry 8707v also didn't update and consequently all my appointments for next week are an hour out.  Appointments from the 6th on are OK however, which is when DST would normally have started.

Not good IMO.



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  # 88745 30-Sep-2007 14:44
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MackinNZ: My BlackBerry 8707v also didn't update and consequently all my appointments for next week are an hour out. Appointments from the 6th on are OK however, which is when DST would normally have started.

Not good IMO.




As per vodafones website http://www.vodafone.co.nz/business/help/daylight-saving-changes.jsp

You will need to do the changes manually.

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# 88747 30-Sep-2007 14:48
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MackinNZ: My BlackBerry 8707v also didn't update and consequently all my appointments for next week are an hour out.  Appointments from the 6th on are OK however, which is when DST would normally have started.


Now comes the bad part: probably anything that you create during this week that falls outside the DST will be shifted one hour when the DST ends.

And this will happen again in the last week of this new extended DST.

See how bad is the problem?




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