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Thanks for your reply. Regional Settings all OK. Registry settings as follows:
Locale: 00000409
sTimeFormat: HH:mm:ss
iTime: 1
iTLZero: 1

as above, have been told these should do the trick, but my desktop still reads HH:mm although I do get the 2400 hour reading in HH. I would like the seconds to show for timing certain functions in real time. Thanks for any other suggestions.
 

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Sorry bas, I havent forgotten you. I had decided to try to make the seconds appear on mine before going further with you and guess what, I havent been able to. I have done about 7 different searchs for related stuff and come across nothing. Give me the full path to your registry settings you have posted and let me try one more thing if someone else doesnt step in before.
 

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HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\International
(Default) (value not set)
iDate "1"
iTime "1"
iTLZero "1"
Locale "00000409"
sDate "-"
sLongDate "dd MMMM,yyyy"
sShortDate "dd-MMM-yy"
sTimeF'mat "HH:mm:ss"

Thank you for your effort, I'm out of my league on this :).
 

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This is what I have so far.

iTime Determines if the clock is 12 hours (0) or 24-hour (1).

iTLZero The default of 0 means hours may have single digits, a 1 pads to double digits.

Locale locale ID for spoken language. The default is U.S. English which is 00000409.

s1159 AM indicator for a 12 hour clock.

s2359 PM indicator for a 12 hour clock.

iDate Determines how dates are displayed:
Value Meaning
0 mm/dd/yy
1 dd/mm/yy
2 yy/mm/dd

sDate Date separator. The default for U.S. English is /.

sLongDate Long Date format:

Value Meaning
dddd, MMMM dd, yyyy Wednesday, November 19, 1997
MMMM dd, yyyy November 19, 1997
dddd, dd MMMM, yyyy Wednesday, 19 November , 1997
dd MMMM, yyyy 19 November , 1997


sShortDate Short date:
Value Meaning
MM/dd/yy 03/08/99
M/d/yy 3/8/99
M/d/yyyy 3/8/1999
MM/dd/yyyyy 03/08/1999
yy/MM/dd 99/03/08
dd-MM-yy 08-Mar-99


sTime Time separator. The default for U.S. English is : (colon).

sTimeFormat The default is HH:mm:ss

I have found different registry strings for applying military time but in essence they are the same as what you have. As of yet I have found nothing that even mentions putting seconds up or that there may be a problem. I have not given up.
 

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I am beginning to believe that I too am out of my league on this. Either that or it is not possible to put seconds there and all of the formats are for other aplications. We shall see.
 

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I'm missing something obvious; no matter how many times I go over the settings, the seconds won't show. It's going to be something easy, I'm sure. Any ideas in which direction to point me? Thanks again and have a good weekend!
 
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