Hi gals and guys :)
I have a weird problem bugging me and I hope you all can shed some light on it ;)
When daylight time settings change the time on the files in my D and G drive changes.
Now you may think that's not a big deal, but I synchronize these files to an external drive and the time on these files doesn't get changed.
Over the years I have acquired a lot of files - G drive alone contains more than 1TB.
So my synchronizing program goes besirk and wants to overwrite all those files, who are still exactly what they used to be, but when the time was for instance 8.05 it's now 9.05.
Beside that it is also annoying it happening on photo's who are set to the time they were taken and after several years it looks as if some were taken in the middle of the night instead of during the day. That just is plain weird.
So how do I stop this from happening?
It annoys me year after year and I still haven't found a solution :'(
Last year I went so far I disconnected my two internal harddrives, but this year I forgot.
There must be a way to stop this, since it doesn't happen to my external drive (who was also connected at the time).
Edit: and they don't revert back to their old time when wintertime sets in - at least then they don't change, but then the photo's would keep their original time :P