PC Clock keeps going back one hour exactly every boot on Win 7
Have Windows 7 Ultimate x64 and the clock keeps going back exactly one hour practically every time I reboot. This has been happening ever since i thing we went into GMT+1 hr (British Summer Time); I have tried all the different internet sync services offered, have tried having none, have tried turning off the daylight -saving time auto-adjust, but it just keeps returning to exactly one hour behind the actual time. I figure if it was a bios battery problem then it wouldn't be exactly one hour behind like that... I've had bios flat batteries before (not on this PC) and I was getting crazy dates and times like 2094 and any time of the day/night. Any ideas? The internet sync pulls in in line every two days or so I think, but it's out by that hour the rest of the time.
Win 7 Ultimate x64 dual boot with OS X Leopard 10.5.7 (using BootThink v1)
Sony Vaio VGN-NR280E
ICH8/Mobile Intel 965 Express Family chipset
Intel GMA X3100 Video (QE/CI enabled)
Intel Core 2 Duo 1.66MHz T5450 CPUs
4GB PC2-5300 667 DDRII RAM
200GB Fujitsu Fast SATA HDD
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