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Hi i need help with my clock on hackintosh for some no reason my clock keep going backwards like it will say 7:17 pm than it will go backward to 5:15pm and so on so on i have no idea how to fix it and the days will go backward to.



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Hi i need help with my clock on hackintosh for some no reason my clock keep going backwards like it will say 7:17 pm than it will go backward to 5:15pm and so on so on i have no idea how to fix it and the days will go backward to.

 

Days should not be getting messed up but Macs use universal time set your BIOS to that rather than local time and the machine will display it correctly. If you use windows on the same machine look into creating the realtimeisuniversal registry entry so that remains correct as well.

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Days should not be getting messed up but Macs use universal time set your BIOS to that rather than local time and the machine will display it correctly. If you use windows on the same machine look into creating the realtimeisuniversal registry entry so that remains correct as well.

So if i set my bios to universal time it will fix the time going backwards by the way i have os x mavericks on my hackintosh.



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Set your timezone in Time and date



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If you using Windows and OS X on the same machine you'll need to set RealTimeIsUniversal to 1.

 

  1. Open Windows and type regedit on search.
  2. Start Registry Editor, and then locate the following subkey:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\TimeZoneInformation
  3. Select the RealTimeIsUniversal entry.
  4. On the Edit menu, click Modify.
  5. In the Value data field, type 1.
  6. Exit Registry Editor.
  7. Restart the computer.


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no i am only using hackintosh on my computer and i do not have windows on here.


am i the only one who have this problem stupid time going backwards on my hackintosh



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Time to change your CMOS battery?







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