[SATLUG] System Clock Weirdness

John Chalinder argiod at bresnan.net
Sat May 17 14:07:22 CDT 2008


Don't know why it happens; but just to let you know you're not alone, it 
happens to me, too. Not consistantly, but most times. I thought it was the 
battery that keeps the BIOS alive going bad. You just saved me the effort of 
trying to figure how to open my laptop far enuf to find and replace it.


On Sat, 17 May 2008 09:23:10 -0500
  John Simmons <jsimmons3 at satx.rr.com> wrote:
> When I boot into Linux (it doesn't matter what distro), and then boot back 
>into Windows, my system clock (in Windows) is several hours off from the 
>correct time).  If I set the clock to the correct time in Windows, and then 
>reboot into Linux, the time is still correct.  Does anyone know why this 
>happens and how to fix it?
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