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Old 05-29-2020, 01:36 AM   #1
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I recently installed Linuxmint 19.3 Mate as a dual OS with Windows 10 Home 64 bit. My regional setting there is for Sydney as Canberra doesn't show. I have attached screenshots of my Windows System and also the Regional time and date settings. I can't be certain if the the dual system has anything tto do with it or if just a coincidence. The time is about 12 hrs slow and occasionally 2hrs slow. If I change auto time and Region to manual and back again the time is changed to correct time. Has anyone got any idea as to what or why, but more importantly how to rectify, please?

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Old 05-29-2020, 02:27 AM   #2
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Boot into Setup (Bios) set the time here. This will universally keep the same time for both OS's unless you change the region.
If you see the time is going slower or behind, then the CMOS battery needs to be changed.
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Hi, this is a known issue have read through this:-

https://www.howtogeek.com/323390/how...-dual-booting/
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Yes, this happens to me every time I boot from Mint back to Windows. I simply let Windows correct itself as it does in a few minutes, everytime.
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I did as Jennae advised but after running the terminal command which started timedatectl etc. it informed me that it was an unknown command. The version is Linuxmint 19.3 Mate. Are there any suggestions as to what the command should be, please?

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