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[Q] Windows 7 "Change time and date settings..." option not available

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Default [Q] Windows 7 "Change time and date settings..." option not available

i have a problem with my time and date on windows, when i click the time in the taskbar there is no option for to change time and date =, the picture below shows what im talking about, i have also tried going through control panel but when i click time and date option it does not open, anyone know what to do to get the option back? thanks

 
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Is this a personal computer, or a business computer?

The reason I ask is, only people in the Administrators group can change the date and time. Messing with the date and time can break Windows Domain Authentication if your PC is part of a Domain.

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Is this a personal computer, or a business computer?

The reason I ask is, only people in the Administrators group can change the date and time. Messing with the date and time can break Windows Domain Authentication if your PC is part of a Domain.

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it is a personal computer, also if you have got any solutions it would be really appreciated.

here's the picture showing my problem.

 
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it is a personal computer, also if you have got any solutions it would be really appreciated.

here's the picture showing my problem.

I would go into control panel and make sure your account is in the Administrators group.

-Mike
 
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I would go into control panel and make sure your account is in the Administrators group.

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what do you mean by "make sure your account is in the Administrators group", do you mean like if it says administrator under your account name like in the image below?

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