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Old 9th December 2008   #1
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Time not displaying on taskbar..


Vista 64bit, sp1

The time has never shown on the taskbar, (even after a full
restore).

A search here found various things about time settings (Mil
vs Civ, settings, etc) but nothing about the time not showing at all.

There are no gadgits on-screen and thats OK but need to see
the time of day in the taskbar.

I'm using the classic XP start button and classic desktop.

Any ideas?

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PS: I'm getting there.

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try this as follow:

start--->run---> put into "regedit"

find the :
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Soft-ware\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer

change the HideClock value as “0”
then i think it will work.
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PS: in my computer and my friends' i can find the "hideclock" cause the time is in the taskbar, i think
you can try


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Right click on the taskbar->Properties->Notification Area->CLOCK

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Right-click the Taskbar, select the Notification Area tab & make sure there's a check in Clock.

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Thanks Arie!

Finally got something working right, with your help, that is.

And it even shows the Military time, that i wanted.

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