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Topic # 16252 1-Oct-2007 20:24
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Hi all, I am running WM6 on my Palm Treo 750v (TREO750-2.18-VFE) - my laptop updated to DST time yesterday fine but the Treo didn't.  Now everything is out by an hour, and when I change the time manually on the Treo and do an activesync it changes the time on my Treo back to the wrong time. All my calendar items in the Treo are now also wrong.  Any ideas?

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Reply # 88975 1-Oct-2007 20:38
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The updates for Windows Mobile are in the Microsoft DST page.

Follow the instructions, all of them. There's a step where you have to change the timezone, tap [OK] and then change back. Don't forget to do it.






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  Reply # 89008 2-Oct-2007 00:20
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Mauricio Hi, yeah did all that good stuff, but my WM6 device is not respecting the new transition date of yesterday, so clock remains one hour behind.  Might be to do with the fact that my WM6 is not the "real NZ" one perhaps.  Oh well I guess I wait until next weekend!

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