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iMac - Windows Vista, Clock Problem


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Hi Guys,

Whenever I boot into Vista, the clock is never current. It would always be off by 4 hours or so. Any suggestions?
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probably in the wrong timezone.. open up the time and date preferences and make sure its selected to the correct time zone.

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i've check that
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My iMac never seems to get the time right after I boot back from Windows, and even though I've changed the time on Windows to get the time right on Mac, it goes back to the same problem when I boot back from Windows again the next time round.

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*Moved thread to appropriate forum - not a hardware problem but a Windows problem*
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