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    Windows 7 System does not show AM/PM in System Clock

    My Windows 7 System does not show AM/PM in the System Clock. I need to get it back. Please, anyone help me in solving the problem. I am not able to find whether it is right time or not. I am in need of help. Thank you.



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    Support Array
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    Re: Windows 7 System does not show AM/PM in System Clock

    Solution
    STEP 1: Click Start >> Run.
    STEP 2: Type intl.cpl, hit Enter.
    STEP 3: Regional and Language Options window opens.
    STEP 4: Click on the Additional Settings Button.
    STEP 5: Tap on Time Tab.
    STEP 6: Change the value in Long time to HH:mm:ss tt.
    STEP 7: Apply the changes.
    STEP 8: You can AM.PM in the System Clock now onwards, your problem is solved.
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    sharmayogesh3047 Array
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    Re: Windows 7 System does not show AM/PM in System Clock

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    My Windows 7 System does not show AM/PM in the System Clock. I need to get it back. Please, anyone help me in solving the problem. I am not able to find whether it is right time or not. I am in need of help. Thank you.

    HELLO DEAR,

    IF YOUR COMPUTER DOES NOT SHOW THE TIME IN AM AND PM MODE THEN DEAR YOU HAVE TO MAKE SOME COMMON CHANGES TO YOUR COMPUTER SETTINGS AND THE CHANGES ARE AS FOLLOWS.

    >> Press window key + R to start run menu.
    >> After run window appears you have to write the command " intl.cpl " and press enter.
    >> After pressing enter regional and language option window will appears.
    >> You have to click on additional setting button.
    >> Now tap on time tab .
    >> Now change the long time to HH:MM:SS TT.

    dialog-datetime-labeled.jpg
    >> Now apply the changes.

    AFTER THIS THE AM.PM OPTION WILL APPEARS ON YOUR SYSTEM.

    date-time-vista.jpg

    THANKS,

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    Re: Windows 7 System does not show AM/PM in System Clock

    If you want to get back the AM / PM symbols, then this tutorial will help you.
    1. Type intl.cpl in RUN or start menu search box and press Enter. It'll open Regional and Language Options window.
    2. Now click on "Addition Settings" button.
    3. Go to "Time" tab and you'll see the value of "Long time" will be set to HH:mm:ss. Just add tt at last of the value, i.e. change the value to HH:mm:ss tt
    4. If you want to show the time in 12 hour format (06:30 instead of 18:30), then change the value to hh:mm:ss tt
    5. That's it. Click on Apply button and you'll get the AM / PM symbols back in system tray clock.






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    Satya Praveen Array
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    Re: Windows 7 System does not show AM/PM in System Clock

    Hello friend,


    I have the solution for your problem just do as i say...........

    1.Firstly go to the start menu.

    2.Then click on the option 'Run'.

    3.There you type 'intl.cpl' then click 'OK'.

    4.Later go to the 'Regional and Language options'.

    5.Then the new window of 'Additional settings' will open.

    6.Then you click on 'Advanced' tab.

    7.Then you click on the 'Time' option.

    8.There you change the time to 'HH:mm:ss tt'.

    9.At last click on 'Apply' and then 'OK'.

    I hope it will help you to solve your problem.

    Have a nice day........

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    Re: Windows 7 System does not show AM/PM in System Clock

    Hello friend.............

    open date and time settings.
    Now click on change date and time.
    Now click on change calender settings.
    Now regions tab.before short time select hh:mm:tt and under long time select hh:mm:s s:tt
    then OK.
    date.jpg
    now you got out of your problem................

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    Re: Windows 7 System does not show AM/PM in System Clock

    This is very simple just follow the simple Steps:-

    1- Click on time (see Picture)
    Capture.JPG
    and choose Date and Time setting.

    2. Under Date and Time Option Click "Change Date and Time".

    3. Now Click Change Calender Setting under Change Date and Time Menu.

    4. Now 2 Popup menu will appear first is Region and language and other will be Customize Format.

    5. In Customize Format Click "Time" from the top menu bar.

    6. Now click on the respective Boxes and type word "tt" as same as in the below picture in both boxes.

    Capture.JPG

    Now Click OK and then see the change.

    Note: Also Click OK in Region and Language, Date and Time setting Popup menu.

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    Aniruddha Array
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    Re: Windows 7 System does not show AM/PM in System Clock

    Hi,

    You need to click on an icon at the extreme right hand corner of the taskbar and get a menu displaying "Turn system icons on/off"

    Click on it and you will find system clock turned off, turn it on and exit.

    There is another way, the Click on desktop will provide you a menu with "Gadgets" option.

    Click Gadget and choose clock which will show you time on desktop.

    Thanks.

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    mahhiads Array
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    Re: Windows 7 System does not show AM/PM in System Clock

    Hello Friend,

    Follow Some Steps Are :

    >> Open The Control Panel
    >> Than Open The "Region And Languages" Option
    >> Now Make The Changes In The Time Format
    >> And Save The Setting
    Means Short Time : h:mm tt
    Long Time : h:mm:ss tt

    >> And Save The Setting And Restart The System....

    All The Best

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