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Add the RealTimeIsUniversal key to the registry, restart immediately, then set the clock either in the BIOS or OS X and it should stick.
Do you have some wacky daylight savings time patch installed? Or maybe your computer is trying to tell you that it's time to upgrade to Windows 8.
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Posted 28 October 2012 - 16:17
What is your BIOS time? Is it UTC?
What is the output of your time zone settings in windows 7?
Time zone: Current:TIME_ZONE_ID_DAYLIGHT Bias: 360min (UTC=LocalTime+Bias)
[Standard Name:"Central Standard Time" Bias:0min Date:(M:11 D:1 DoW:0)]
[Daylight Name:"Central Daylight Time" Bias:-60min Date:(M:3 D:2 DoW:0)]
Are you a member of a domain? Domain members will sync with domain timesource. Good ref for windows time stuff
I just run actual ntp client and turn off the built in sync service. There are ports actual ntp client for windows. But if your changing by 9 hours you have something wrong with timezone.
Posted 28 October 2012 - 19:56