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Disk0, Partition1 = NTFS ...
When restarting XP, system clock advances 8 hours.
I have a dual boot system operating on one hard drive:
Disk0, Partition1 = NTFS WindowsXP
Disk0, Partition2 = Mac OS X 10.5.6
Disk0, Partition3 = FAT32 Shared data partition.
Both windows and OSX boot 100% OK. Both read/write the shared partition OK.
The only issue is the system time.
While running OSX, the menu bar at the top of the screen reads the correct date and time. Obviously it gets this info from the system bios.
When I shut down OSX and boot-up Windows, Windows reports the time 8 hours ahead of what it should be. I have to manually reset it back to normal.
Anyone know why OSX alters the bios time during its shutdown sequence??
Any fixes for this??
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