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Time advanced ahead 1 hour on my G5

floridafuzz

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I turned on my G5 this morning and the time showing was off by 1 hour. It advanced by itself 1 hour ahead. Did this happen to anyone else? I am on EST. Does this have something to do with daylight savings time settings built in to the G5? Your thoughts.
 

wmlovell

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I'm thinking that your pager is still on Daylight Savings Time when the rest of us moved back an hour to Standard Time on Halloween. I don't believe there is a setting that automatically switches between daylight savings and standard time.
 

IAmSixNine

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@N6ML Now you are going to create a paradox and rip space and time apart.
You cant stop the crime if you hear the radio call from the future. If you do then the crime didnt happen and how did you hear it if you stop it. Mind blown. ahhahahaahah So you can her the future crime but you must not react to it or alter its course.

Wait, didnt we cover this in Minority Report.
 
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