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Dave's Date Changer 1.0.0

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My brother David created this powershell thing that changes the date to July 15 2012 and then changes it back to the current date when you exit the game. I hope this helps some people who find it super annoying to change the computer date back and forth all the time.

Created by David Septimus.

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Sorry for the delay in response, I'm just trying to get my brother to sit down with me and write out a txt for it. These big time networking specialists don't seem to get a lot of free time.

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"How to Create and Run a PowerShell Script

Create the script in a plain text editor such as Notepad and save with a .PS1 file extension (for example, myscript.ps1 ).

Run the script by entering the full path to the script ( c:/scripts/myscript.ps1 ), or if it's in the current directory, prefix it with a period followed by a backslash ( ./myscript.ps1 ).

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Place the file in your game directory. make sure the script inside the file has the correct game location. My game Is in M:/ directory. so that matches up. then all you have to do is right click the file and click run with powershell, see attached pictures. so the game will load automatically after this is done. It would be simple to create a desktop shortcut to make it easier, Note. This file will be the way that you start the game and be able to change the clock, when the clock doesn't have the correct time Chrome web browser will not work. any questions Just ask.

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