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    All the post times are 3 hours behind....all the time, how do i fix this?
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    You likely can't. All of the forums I have ever been a part of use the server's local time for the time of posts. I cant even change it on the site where I work full-time as an admin/mod.
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    fozzy71 wrote:
    You likely can't. All of the forums I have ever been a part of use the server's local time for the time of posts. I cant even change it on the site where I work full-time as an admin/mod.
    well wtf, its not like that on my other laptop...and thats a 10 year old Dell cinder block! This ones new, and the times all screwy....lame
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    ???? got me :shock:

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    What is the local time zone setting on your laptop? Is it "Eastern" or "Pacific"?
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    I just looked at that post, it says 8:00

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    My Account > Preferences > Time Format

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    PDinDetroit wrote:
    What is the local time zone setting on your laptop? Is it "Eastern" or "Pacific"
    It is eastern....im in michigan after all... :P
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    FatboyCykes wrote:
    My Account > Preferences > Time Format
    Tried that....aaannnndddd....notta
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    Using IE 8 or Firefox under Windows 7? Maybe try the other browser and see what happens?

    Strange things happen with different browsers running on different Operating Systems... I just did a 'website testing build" with Windows 7 Enterprise running MS Virtual PC and XP Mode. MS has already built Virtual Machines downloadable for IE7-WinXP SP3 and IE8-WinXP SP3.
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