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try rephrasing ur question i dontknow what u mean if u want to set ur clock on ur computer then csgal the admin has good info on that

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Sounds like you'd need a program to do that. You may be able to download one, but why not write it yourself? The hardest part is the calculations.

Output the time and date to a file, then upon execution of the program have it read those two values (place a simple file in either the startup folder or autoexec.bat) and calculate how much time the computer has been on, or at least loaded that part of the OS... Simple, effective, uses only a little hard drive space (less than 1k, I'm sure), and only uses RAM during program execution.

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Do you wish to know how long your PC has been running since it was booted up?

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i mean that how to find out the time??? plz

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yes
i mean that how to find out the time??? plz

Did you see my above post? That tool should do it for you.

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To find the uptime in W98:
Start, Programs , accessories, System Tools, System information.
Right collum, 4 down= uptime

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