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Re: Windows screws up Linux's clock

On 02/20/2012 09:55 PM, Joe Pfeiffer wrote:
Hendrik Boom<hendrik@topoi.pooq.com>  writes:

I run my machine on UCT, or something like it (timezone +0).  Every  time
I boot to Windows XP (which I need to do once in a blue moon) Windows
takes it on itself to set my clock as if the UCT time were actually local
time.  I have no idea where it gets its idea of what the current time is.

What I'd like to know is, how can I keep Windows from messing with my
clock.  I'd really like it to just leave it alone.

Well, if you *didn't* boot into Windows once in a blue moon...  more
seriously, apparently there is a registry key.


Tis the same info I just posted to the list on this question. though using 00000001 is no longer considered to be the proper way in regedit. You just want 1. The way I posted has worked for me since XP and currently even on 7 and 8.

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