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Windows 7: System Image Time Stamp

04 Nov 2009   #1
jsquareg

Windows 7 Home Premium (Retail) Full version - With SP1
 
 
System Image Time Stamp

I have a system image created today at 9:58am according to Windows Explorer. When I boot the Repair Disk and select that image, it shows the time as 6:59am --3 hrs earlier.

I checked my BIOS and it shows the correct time.

Anyone have any idea why this difference?

Thank you.


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04 Nov 2009   #2
BeechV35Pilot

Windows 7 Pro x64
 
 

When you used the boot (rescue) disk, were you prompted to enter your timezone at one point after Windows booted up?

I suspect this may simply be a matter of setting the correct timezone when the disc-based Windows prompts you for it.
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04 Nov 2009   #3
jsquareg

Windows 7 Home Premium (Retail) Full version - With SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BeechV35Pilot View Post
When you used the boot (rescue) disk, were you prompted to enter your timezone at one point after Windows booted up?

I suspect this may simply be a matter of setting the correct timezone when the disc-based Windows prompts you for it.
Thanks.

That makes sense but I don't recall getting prompted to do it.
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