I recently had to reload PSE9 on my Vista 64-bit machine after a motherboard/hard drive failure (yes, supposedly both components failed). I edited a few images tonight and noticed that the time-stamp metadata on the imported images does not match the metadata on the originals--everything is an hour off. As I recall, this was a problem that manifested shortly after I made the original purchase of the product a few years ago and it was fixed by a later update. Is my current problem a throwback to that? Is there any way I can fix the problem without upgrading (my computer budget is already blown for the year...)?
If it matters, the images are RAW format images and I was using the full edit functions of the software.
Thanks in advance for any help!
Just an addendum: I narrowed it down a little more last night. The time stamp is preserved on import of RAW files into PSE--it's the time stamp on the edited versions that is off by an hour--one hour ahead, as if on eastern time (we're in the central US time zone). Is there maybe some place that I can't find to change the time zone ???