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System time problem with BC 1.1


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Hello there,

I have a MacBook with Boot Camp 1.1 installed. For some reason, the system time is different in Windows than in Mac OS. In Windows it's correct, in Mac OS it's two hours off. Both Windows and Mac OS are set to the same time zones (Paris), both are set to synchronize the system time through the standard time servers.
Synchronizing in Mac OS works, actually, but it sets the wrong time: when I disable automatic synchronization, set the correct time manually and switch synchronization back on, the time is two hours off again.
Is there any solution to this besides the obvious one of pretending I live in the Azores?
Thanks in advance,

Uli
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This has been fixed with Boot Camp 1.1.1. Download the new version at apple.com/bootcamp and burn yourself a new drivers disk. Put that in while running XP.

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