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Bonjour,

 

Je souhaite indiquer les dates de mes maintenance mais l'imprimante pense que l'on est le 1 janvier 1970 ?

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Ci-dessus avant que je clique sur "marquer la tâche comme effectué aujourd'hui"

 

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Ci-dessus après avec cliqué dessus......

Il a ajouté une date et c'est le 1 janvier 1970.

 

Savez vous comment régler cela ?

 

D'avance merci

 

 

 

 

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Most likely there has never been an internet connection with your Ultimaker. If it can connect to the Internet it will set the date and time correctly. When it has adjusted, you don't need to keep it connected though, you can continue using your local network. 

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