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Server date & hour problem

Discussion in 'Richard Burns Rally' started by Kevin Cox, Jul 17, 2011.

  1. Kevin Cox

    Kevin Cox

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    Hi,

    I am trying to join an online race, but I get the message saying "Your computer is not at the server hour. Do you want to change the hour?" I click yes then a message saying "Server date and hour : 17/07/2011 23:22:05 [GMT +1] To set your computer with the original date and hour : 18/07/2011 00:22:05 [GMT +2]?" I click yes then get the message "The date and hour were NOT able to be updated! Please adjust the hour manually."

    How do I adust the settings manually?

    Thanks. :)
     
  2. Senad Subasic

    Senad Subasic

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    Right click on your clock in the bottom right corner, click on Adjust date/time, and adjust the clock to match the server time.
     
  3. uru

    uru

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    I had the same problem with Win7. I had to go to the RSRBR icon and with the mouse right click go to properties. Then in some of the menus flag the phrase: "use as administrator" or something like this. I have the italian language then I don't know exactly the correct phrase.
     
  4. Roy Magnes

    Roy Magnes
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    When I get that error message, I exit the program, right click it's icon, and select "run as administrator". Then it allows the program to adjust the clock and go online :)
     
  5. Kevin Cox

    Kevin Cox

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    Thanks Roy, that solved my problem. :D
     
  6. Ashok Revanna

    Ashok Revanna

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    I think doing so, it will change the time settings forever until you intervene to tweak.

    My way of overcoming this issue is to synchronize the clock with GMT & adjust the computer timezone with respect to the timezone in the settings GMT/UTC of RSCenter. Once the rally is finished just change the computer timezone to your local timezone & thus the time is not altered :) CONFUSED? THEN FORGET IT! :D