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10.4: Automatic time resync after Boot Camp usage
Authored by: gxw on May 08, '07 05:29:54PM

Been awhile since I used boot camp but I am sure this issue was fixed in either a Bootcamp update or an imac firmware update.



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Boot Camp 1.1.2 fixes this
Authored by: gxw on May 08, '07 05:47:04PM
Bootcamp 1.1.2 fises the time sync issue

http://www.apple.com/macosx/bootcamp/?www.reghardware.co.uk

"Updated drivers, including but not limited to trackpad, AppleTime (synch), audio, graphics, modem, iSight camera"

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Boot Camp 1.1.2 fixes this
Authored by: slb on May 08, '07 06:08:53PM

I've still seen it happen in 1.1.2.

SB



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Boot Camp 1.1.2 fixes this
Authored by: eric_trepanier on May 08, '07 07:38:28PM

For me, going from Mac to Windows keeps the correct time, but when going back to Mac from Windows, I always lose 4 hours, even with the latest Boot Camp 1.2 drivers.

The proposed fix above seems to work for me, so I am happy, but I still wish Apple would solve this issue once and for all. This is getting pretty ridiculous.



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Boot Camp 1.1.2 fixes this
Authored by: wallybear on May 09, '07 02:29:34AM

I confirm that the problem was fixed in previous release of BootCamp. I installed lot of MacBook/MacBookPro/iMac/Mini from then once with no more time issues.
Try reinstalling BootCamp drivers, you could find that not all of them were installed correctly.



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