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Topic # 59379 4-Apr-2010 10:58
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Is just a Windows Media Center problem or is the Freeview|HD (DVB-T) one hour out after the DST coming off today?





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  Reply # 314654 4-Apr-2010 11:58
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It's fine for me on my Magic TV in Auckland.

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Reply # 314786 4-Apr-2010 19:54
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My PlayTV appears to be 1 hour out as well, is this set by freeview? I changed the time in my PS3 and redid a full set up and still the same?



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  Reply # 314791 4-Apr-2010 20:32
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Ok, found that my HTPC hasn't changed the DST yet, so a quick update and it's all ok.

Hopper, in your case could it be that the PS3 is still seeing the DST?





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  Reply # 314801 4-Apr-2010 21:16
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I have found that some receivers/settop boxes need to have their timezone settings changed between +12 and +13 for daylight saving changes, i first noticed that with my dreambox dm600 running on older firmware, you had to change the timezone for daylight saving or the epg would be one hour out, have since updated firmware and now just need to select +12 for auckland/wellington. If your using Windows on your HTPC, there is a MS update you need to have installed which addresses the NZ extended daylight saving changes.

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  Reply # 314876 5-Apr-2010 09:45
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I reset the time manually in my PS3 so now it shows the correct time and PlayTV is still one hour out, so the time info must come from the Freeview broadcast.

I've only had PlayTV for a couple of days and this is a minor irritation, but would be nice to sort it!

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  Reply # 316633 9-Apr-2010 17:40
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Never mind.

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