asclock date?

meganet (mkatz@meganet.net)
Sat, 8 May 1999 19:25:36 -0400


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Hello !

just a quick question... how do I corect the date on my asclock? ... my =
system clock and calender appers ok (in the bios)  but the asclock is =
one off .  it reads the corect day (sat) but not teh corect # value =
(7th)

any ideas?

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