FlyboyOz
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FS 2004 Put The Wrong Day

Sun May 28, 2006 2:18 pm

I have problem with FS 2004's day. I saved 24th Jan 2006 but the FS changed to 25th Jan 2006 after I opened the flight. I do not want the FS to change the date. How can I stop the FS changing the date?

Thanks for your help
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RE: FS 2004 Put The Wrong Day

Sun May 28, 2006 7:08 pm

You could try and change the time in windows before starting up fs, as fs adjusts the time when starting up after the windows clock. I dont know if it works, but it is worth a try. It sounds a little strange though.
 
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RE: FS 2004 Put The Wrong Day

Mon May 29, 2006 4:16 am

Are you possibly setting the time before you pick your airport?? Cause if you use the default airport Seattle, then set the time, the change airports to say Asia or Australia it will adjust the time and set it to a day ahead of the time in Seattle which would be correct.....
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