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Time moving faster

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Hello! after updating chameleon (and still updating to the daily latest version) and installing Lion, i'm founding myself in a frustrating situation: the time of the clock is moving faster than the real life!

Example: now i go to system->clock and undot-dot synch time. the time will set up the right way, but after like 2-3 minuts it start to get 1 minut afterward, and taking that minute every some. vRealy boring.

Also i found that with quicktime and vlc the playback time is apparently right, unless you hear the audio that is playing a little little bit faster and you can listen it...


Someone have an explanation?

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I had the same issue, but it was resolved automatically by a newer chameleon version.


The reason why your clock (and animations too, btw.) is running faster because of a too low Bus Speed reported by Lion.


For instance my Bus Speed in the BIOS showed: 4.8GHz and in Lion it said I'd only have 1.5GHz


Now Lion recognizes 4.8GHz and the clock+animation are running with proper speed.


I don't know what processor or motherboard you have. If it's exotic maybe tell the people here as well:


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strange because i'm using a gigabyte ep45-udlr. installing chameleon everyday. every chameleon version rc5 give me this bug..

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