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by: kirbyw
January 14th, 2007
Error Message
I have World Time running on three computers all running XP Home.  On two of them all is well, on the third one, most recent install, even after copying all files from one of the working computers, over the files created during install, I get the following error message:
Error in Clock Data File
Error in Clock Data:WTClockData-1.0.0: UTC  MMMDD     HHMMM"h"SS"Z"  Digital  False  0
Arial  -2147483640  -11   8    1    NNNN! Arial  12632256    -11   8   1
NNNN! Greenwich    0    -7    41.483333333333   0    Europe/L.1.3.60.02.00 00/l.1.10.0.02 00 00/ Greenwich       United Kingdom ! at 121
Clocks loaded: 0

Need some help here if possible.
Thanks
kirby@wrightplace.net


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by: sbaker
January 17th, 2007
Error Message
This error has something to do with the loading of the clock data file on the new computer - it looks like the component of the data line "NNNN!" is the issue (thatīs an indication of a numeric conversion problem)

Test:
Just delete the clock data file wtclocks.wtd and see if WT will start (probably will)

If that works - try editing the wtclocks.wtd file and just removing that UTC clock (the line that matches the one listed in the error) and it should probably load.


Let me know if that solves it.


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Fair Winds, and watch for squalls from leeward.
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by: samanthalee
January 17th, 2007
Error Message
The WT software uses data from your computer system clock. Perhaps it doesnīt like your clock settings in this new computer. Try to set your system clock as close to the settings you have on the other 2 computers.

Cheers,
Sam Lee

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