Windows 10: File Timestamp inconsistencies

Discus and support File Timestamp inconsistencies in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; First example: DISMRepairLogFile.txt. The file timestamp shown in Windows Explorer is 1 hour ahead of actual time. However, the individual entries in... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by teligence, Apr 17, 2020.

  1. teligence Win User

    File Timestamp inconsistencies


    First example: DISMRepairLogFile.txt. The file timestamp shown in Windows Explorer is 1 hour ahead of actual time. However, the individual entries in the content of the file are correct.

    Second Example: SrtTrail.txt. The file timestamp shown in Windows Explorer is 1 hour ahead of actual time. HOWEVER, the timestamp in the content is GMT, but 10 hours behind!

    System time is correct. All other times that I've checked show as correct.

    Thoughts?

    :)
     
    teligence, Apr 17, 2020
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  2. teligence Win User

    File Timestamp inconsistencies

    First example: DISMRepairLogFile.txt. The file timestamp shown in Windows Explorer is 1 hour ahead of actual time. However, the individual entries in the content of the file are correct.

    Second Example: SrtTrail.txt. The file timestamp shown in Windows Explorer is 1 hour ahead of actual time. HOWEVER, the timestamp in the content is GMT, but 10 hours behind!

    System time is correct. All other times that I've checked show as correct.

    Thoughts?
     
    teligence, May 23, 2020
    #2
  3. Windows 10 timestamps

    Hi,



    Thank you for posting your query in Microsoft Community.



    I can understand, how frustrating it can be, when things don’t work as expected.

    I'd be glad to help you.



    Please answer the queries, mentioned below:


    • Were you able to install Windows 10 successfully?

    • Did you check, if it is present in Windows.old folder?

    • Where exactly are you trying to check, if the TimeStamps are present?
    I would suggest you to follow these steps below to retrieve files manually from Windows.old folder and check, if it helps.

    • Enter This PC in the search box, and then click on
      This PC in the search results.
    • Double-tap or double-click the drive that Windows is installed on (typically, the C: drive).
    • Double-tap or double-click the Windows.old folder.
    • Double-tap or double-click the Users folder.
    • Double-tap or double-click your user
      name.
    • Open the Windows.old folder that contain the files you want to retrieve.
    • Copy and paste the files that you want from
      Windows.old
      folder to a folder in Windows 10.
    • Repeat steps 5-7 for each user account on your PC.


    Please feel free to contact us if you face any issues with Windows.

    Thank you.
     
    AntonyJose, May 23, 2020
    #3
  4. File Timestamp inconsistencies

    Two Timestamp issues/questions

    I'm reconfiguring my wife's laptop. File History automatically adds a timestamp to every folder that is unzipped, and adds a Timestamp code to every file.

    1. How do I turn off/disable Windows from automatically adding a timestamp? Yes..I've searched for an answer and have had zero success in finding a succinct answer.
    2. Is there a Command Prompt script to remove the Timestamp code from all files and folders? Yes....I've searched for this also and have not found a specific answer.

    For the admins monitoring this, please allow someone to provide an answer and do not delete it.
     
    Charles Putnam, May 23, 2020
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