|19 Nov 2009||#1|
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Incorrect Boot Time value after using Sleep/Hibernate
I've noticed that my Windows Task Manager and CMD - command "systeminfo" shows me wrong boot/up time my Windows 7 machine.
Have a look at this screen:
Windows Task Manager shows me this value:
So it shows me only my online uptime without sleep or hibernation time - it's OK, but why in CMD "systeminfo" value Boot Time still changes (when I sleep and wake up my machine) and shows incorrect data (should be 2009-11-12 not 2009-11-16)? Any ideas?
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