could be you are dual boot with an OS which isn't aware of UTC.

I think gentoo doesn't run /etc/init.d/clock start|stop by default. I
got such an answer some time back. You should add this to the runlevel
you use to run.


On Tue, 2005-04-05 at 13:34 +0200, Dirk Heinrichs wrote:
> Am Dienstag, 5. April 2005 13:10 schrieb ext fire-eyes:
> > Each time I boot up my system, the system time has returned to what it
> > was before, that is to say, it's exactly one hour early. I do an ntpdate
> > and it's corrected. I reboot or power down, come back up, and it's set
> > back to the wrong time again.
> In the bios, set your system clock to UTC time, then tell Linux about it, 
> in /etc/conf.d/clock:
> HTH...
>       Dirk

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