How to change system time in xp by using registry Tags: Configuration Registry Windows XP Last response: October 30, 2012 5:55 AM in Windows XP Share sivachandra October 30, 2012 3:55:01 AM Hello, sir i am siva More about : change system time registry Saga Lout October 30, 2012 5:55:16 AM Hello and welcome to Tom's Hardware Forums. You can change the time in BIOS and in the GUI so there's neither a need nor a method to do it in between those two points. Best to leave it set to Internet Time and let the system check for updates and corrections. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources How can i change LPT3 should be LPT1 - Windows XP from registry Forum How do I use a GPO to make a registry change? Forum How to change folder icons in registry Forum Hey i am using windows xp i have a problem that my cmos date and time changes automatically when i shutdown my pc a few days Forum How to make nvidia work, i change my xp to window 7 sp1 32bit and im using nvidi Forum SolvedHow do I change hard drive file system outside of Windows? Forum How to change system time? Forum How to change Windows XP's Internet Time to check more oft.. Forum How to change operating system of my laptop from XP to Windows 7 Forum SolvedHow can I change my primary graphic device without using BIOS? Forum How to install at a time more xp using hirens boot Forum Solvedhow to change dynamic to basic hard disk while using command prompt Forum Usb baloon pop up disabling using registry change w/o a need of reboot Forum SolvedCan I safely use regedit to remove Windows NT entries from Windows xp registry? Forum Solvedhow i can change the ide mode to ahci mode om installed windows xp gigabyte GA-H87-HD3 Motherbord Forum Can I change the XP quick launch path by editing registry? Forum Changing of operating system in registry Forum SolvedHow to connect two displays in my PC if only using one at a time Forum How to delete registry key using Command Prompt Forum Is There Way to Change Displays Tab Setting Using Registry? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !