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Old 11-23-2007, 04:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Every time I run the synchronisation via Desktop Manager/USB my phone time resets

It starts out before synchronisation as UK time....after it always sets to Eniwetok....wherever that is.

Anyone got any idea why this is happening and what I have to do to stop it happening? - if I forget to reset to local time, all my appointment alarms are out of sync

More worryingly, the synchronisation seems to be casuing problems with my OS. Whenever I synchronise I crash and have to restart Windows. It restarts OK and then is fine so it isn't a massive issue but it shouldn't happen so would appreciate any advice. I changed my Blackberry OS to a Hong Kong one (to get Chinese Character recognition), not sure if this would have an impact or not?

Thanks for input in advance
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Old 11-23-2007, 06:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Every time I run the synchronisation via Desktop Manager/USB my phone time resets

It starts out before synchronisation as UK time....after it always sets to Eniwetok....wherever that is.

Anyone got any idea why this is happening and what I have to do to stop it happening? - if I forget to reset to local time, all my appointment alarms are out of sync

More worryingly, the synchronisation seems to be casuing problems with my OS. Whenever I synchronise I crash and have to restart Windows. It restarts OK and then is fine so it isn't a massive issue but it shouldn't happen so would appreciate any advice. I changed my Blackberry OS to a Hong Kong one (to get Chinese Character recognition), not sure if this would have an impact or not?

Thanks for input in advance
Welcome to the Forums. This is a well documented problem that a search would have provided answers to.

The time isssue is an issue with Windows Vista, Under your sync options turn off the update time and date option in Desktop Manager.

As for the crashing of Wndows, first try running Desktop Manager as an Administrator. Right Click the icon and choose Run As Administrator and see what happens. Worse case reinstall Desktop Manager and report back.
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I did search the forums.."time resetting" etc but got no hits. But thanks for info anyway
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