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Topic # 26761 2-Oct-2008 12:37
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Havn't tried it yet, but when i synch my pc clock to windows.time.server it is 1hr out.

refer to this post by thekiwi here

Thought it should be posted on this forum too.

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Reply # 168613 2-Oct-2008 13:06
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I just get around that issue by using the atomic clock at and my pc updates fine.

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  Reply # 168636 2-Oct-2008 14:25
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I'd recommend using


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Reply # 168641 2-Oct-2008 14:34
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Agreed. is the better choice. Cheers for that!

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  Reply # 168776 3-Oct-2008 11:19
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  Reply # 168941 4-Oct-2008 07:15
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To fix it i set Timezone GMT+13, downloaded new epg xml and imported it. Now epg's back to normal.

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