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Windows 7: Time stamp missing from Date and Time column - Event Viewer

12 Jan 2012   #1
pdoth

7 home premimum 64
 
 
Time stamp missing from Date and Time column - Event Viewer

Has anybody else experienced this problem?

I open Event Viewer - "Admin View" to see what Errors/Warnings are there and in the column - Date and Time only the date is showing. Same goes for all the other views.
The "Time" element seems to have completely disappeared.

Any idea where its gone........... and more importantly, how to get it back?

Thanks


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16 Jan 2012   #2
pdoth

7 home premimum 64
 
 

Problem solved - but - I don't know why.

Solution:- I changed the Date/Time format from UK to US, opened Event Viewer and it was as it should be. Date & Time showing.
I then changed format back to UK, opened Event Viewer and , as above, the Time was back up.

If anybody knows what had happened I would be most interested.

My thanks to Bill............. from another site for helping me out with this one.
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