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Time Changes after booting into XP


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If I boot into XP, and then back to OSX, the clock (time) is wrong by many hours. What can I do to sync their system times?

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This is an issue with bootcamp. OS X should resync with the servers relatively quickly after booting up so its not really a big issue

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Tun off Windows Time service in the services manager.
Make sure that both OS are using the same GMT setting. Thinking about it this is probably your issue!!!
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