Re: DST weirdness
As I recall the daylight saving time rules had changes since the console was manufactured. Even though the time on the console display appears to be incorrect, the internal Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) in the console is correct. The history records are stamped with this GMT time and that is the important thing.
I am not sure where the old and new rules overlap, but if either the computer or the console is not set to the correct time zone, this could lead to problems even when DST rules are not in effect.
I would say that if it is not broken (and your history is working when PC is off), then I would leave it be.
--- In email@example.com, "Chris Holt" <crholt@...> wrote:
> I've been using WUHU with my La Crosse 2308 for years and don't remember having this problem. WUHU insists on setting the console clock back one hour. The time zone on the console is set correctly, the time zone on my PC is set correctly. I have tried setting the DST mode on the console on and off when WUHU starts and it makes no difference. If I manually set the console clock to the correct time, WUHU thinks it's 3600 seconds ahead and sets it back one hour.
> Any suggestions?
> Chris Holt