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Ubuntu and Windows are the two operating systems that many users choose to install in parallel, using Dual Boot on the computer, to make the use and switching between the two operating systems more flexible, and easier. .
However, using Dual Boot Windows and Ubuntu can also happen some problems, in which the thing that I find most annoying is that every time you finish using Ubuntu and then re-enter Windows, the operating system Windows will display the wrong time.
That is why in this few know, I will guide you in detail how to fix this banana error. Okay, let’s get started now.
#first. Fix Windows error showing wrong time when running Dual Boot with Ubuntu (manual)
Actually, at first I thought this error is not much of a big deal, because it only takes a few simple steps to get the exact date and time.
You can press Windows + I to go to Settings => select Time & Language => select Date & time and then edit is all. But no, after I fix it, when I re-enter it, this error will continue to happen.
That’s why I decided to fix it. And this fix is also quite simple guys, you just need to configure Windows to use hours UTC just like Ubuntu is fine.
+ Step 1: First, open Registry Editor by searching in
Windows Search (Windows + S), or in the Run dialog box (Windows + R) with keywords
regedit => and press
+ Step 2: Then you access the following path. On Windows 10, you can copy this path:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SYSTEM CurrentControlSet Control TimeZoneInformation
=> Then come back
Registry Editor => Click on the path => then right-click to paste the path you just copied above into => and then
ENTER for access.
Read more: The trick to quickly open any path in the Registry – 1 Click
+ Step 3: Choose the key
TimeZoneInfomation => then click on the space on the right => select
NEW => select
DWORD (32-bit) Value.
Remember to see if the key you have just selected has the same values as in the picture below, to avoid making mistakes and causing errors for the whole system.
+ Step 4: Then you name it
RealTimeIsUniversalIf you forgot to set it when creating, right click on the key => and select
Rename it is OK.
+ Step 5: The name is complete, its default value will be
0. We will change the value back
1 by double-clicking on the newly created key, or right-clicking => and selecting
Edit the value in Value Data from
Base Let the default be
Hexadecimal => then press
From now on, your Windows 10 operating system will not get the error displaying the wrong hours every time you use Linux. If this causes problems with your system, you can delete it by right-clicking and then selecting
Delete is to be.
#2. Use the * .reg file I made available
After downloading => you unzip the file => double click on the file
fix-time-windows.reg To run … => a notification window appears, choose
Yes is done.
Finally reboot to apply the change.
Note: However, I still encourage you to do it manually, so that if you accidentally get an error, you can simply delete it. But the case of an error is rare… I’ve never met it 😀
# 3. Epilogue
Yes! Above is how to fixes the wrong time when you use Ubuntu side-by-side with Windows that I have consulted.
In addition to the way I have instructed above, if you have any other effective plan, do not forget to share it for everyone to use.
Very simple, right? 😀 Hope it helps you guys. Good luck !
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