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Time Keep Changing After Boot to XP


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My time keep changing everytime I boot to Windows XP and boot back to OSX...

When I correct the time it will just change again when I boot to XP...

Anyone experience this problem and/or know how to fix it?

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Have you checked the time zone settings in Windows and Mac OS X to make sure they reflect the correct one? Also, did you get Windows up to date on Microsoft updates?

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