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Windows 7: W7 & Ubuntu time problem.

07 Jun 2009   #1
The Sly Assassin

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W7 & Ubuntu time problem.

hey guys, im currently dualbooting w7 and ubuntu, and both of them are set to the correct timezone, however, when i go on ubuntu, the time is correct, but when i go onto w7, the time is ALWAYS 2hr ahead, and ive tried everything i can think of.. any ideas?


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07 Jun 2009   #2
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by The Sly Assassin View Post
hey guys, im currently dualbooting w7 and ubuntu, and both of them are set to the correct timezone, however, when i go on ubuntu, the time is correct, but when i go onto w7, the time is ALWAYS 2hr ahead, and ive tried everything i can think of.. any ideas?
If I remember Ubuntu's setup correctly, When Ubuntu asks about your timezone settings during setup you need to untick "Use UTC settings" if your still using Windows to make it use the correct time, Goto the Time Settings in ubuntu and untick UTC to stop ubuntu changing your Windows time settings

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07 Jun 2009   #3
The Sly Assassin

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Ill give it a shot
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