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    Time Setting

    I have Windows on 1 HDD and Ubuntu JJ on another physical HDD, I switch back and forth using the BIOS (to many screw ups with dual boot), whenever I switch to Windows the Time is always different by several hours forward. How to I prevent this from happening and why is it happening?


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    Linux User kmitnick's Avatar
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    why don't you create a GRUB menu to choose which OS to run.
    Dual Booting Ubuntu 10.04, Windows 7

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmitnick View Post
    why don't you create a GRUB menu to choose which OS to run.
    I don't know enough about how to do that, I have 7 and Vista and Games/data on 1 Drive, Ubuntu is all by itself. every time I dual boot or mess with Grub I screw it all up. All I want really is the Time in Windows to be correct when I switch over.

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