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Hi all guys....

I am new for mac osx ...
i just buy mac book pro 13 last weekend but i have problem with my mac..

i have setup win7, some time i use win7, some time i use mac... when i use win7 it not problem, but when i use mac os the time it not update it alway wrong Ewen i change a lot time. in win7 it not problem...

Pls any body help...

Thanks for reading....
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This is actually a conflict with the way OS X calculates time vs. how Windows calculates time. You can read about it some here, with an unsupported fix:
Auto-sync clock when booted into Windows via Boot Camp - Mac OS X Hints


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This is actually a conflict with the way OS X calculates time vs. how Windows calculates time. You can read about it some here, with an unsupported fix:
Auto-sync clock when booted into Windows via Boot Camp - Mac OS X Hints
thanks 4reply ...
i will try to correct on win7 in regedit right now...

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