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An internal struggle is going on with my machine. I dual boot and everytime I switch between OS's the system clock gets thrown off. Each time I go from Linux to Windows to Linux, the clock loses 4 hours. How can I stop this?
I tried adjusting my Linux clock to the correct time. I rebooted, went into the Bios clock to confirm that it had the right time, which it did. I then let it boot into windows. It also had the correct time. I rebooted, checked the Bios clock again, also correct. Let it boot into Linux, -4 hours. I have my system setup for EDT, which should be correct. What is causing the conflict?
Well, I tried everything suggested. I made sure that the hardware clock is set to the correct time. The BIOS clock is showing the correct time, windows clock shows the right time. But when I bring up Linux, the time is always -4 hours. Any other suggestions on how to fix this?