[Set up/set/change/fix?] the day/date

shop-englishx

Banned
Urdu
Hello,

My PC is giving the wrong date and day, i.e, 5th Feb. It actually is 24th Feb today.

What can I say:

I have to change the date/day to make it correct.
I have to set up the date/day to make it correct.
I have to set the date/day to make it correct.('set' with no up)
I have to fix the date/day to make it correct.

Many thanks.:)
 
  • PaulQ

    Banned
    UK
    English - England
    "I need to correct the date." The day then corrects automatically, so you do not need to mention "day".
     

    shop-englishx

    Banned
    Urdu
    Thanks,

    I think to make it correct is the phrase that's not idiomatic, otherwise I can say: I need to change/set up/fix/set the date. Right?
     
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