Time not updating
When you installed Windows on your Mac, the Bootcamp drivers are installed.
Apple has made it so that older machines are not going to be able to use Windows 10 on them.
- wikigain I just made a bootable USB Windows 10 installer, added the storport drivers for my hardware raid, during install to see my SSDs, choose my empty 480GB SSD and installed Windows 10 on it.
It is a full SATA 3 connected Windows 10 installation, not in a "Virtual Machine" You do not have to use parallels or boot camp to install Windows 10, Windows 8.1 and up allows you to install windows exactly like you would any standard PC.
Afterward, right click the center pane, choose the Properties option from the drop down menu and take a look at the settings in the Triggers tab.
You may not think that it is, but it is actually running in a VM.
This is a Mac Pro 4.1 (Early 2009), there is no Bios, only a EFI that is saved with the battery, booting from mac OS Sierra does not have this issue.
I am running Windows 10 on a separate SSD, and the issue is only when booting from the Windows SSD.
When I wake my Windows 10 anniversary version from sleep, frequently (not always) the time that appears is several hours off and then without my doing anything it quickly switches to the correct time. While the system time is always correct, every couple of days when I boot the system the date will be off by a day or two, usually ahead. Hello, Yesterday I installed Windows 10 Professional on my Acer Aspire V5-573G laptop.
I installed the English (US) version even though I live in the Netherlands.