Why do my CrossOver applications report time a hour faster or slower than my system?
Some users have reported that applications running under CrossOver are reporting time a hour slower or faster than the local system time. If you see this problem please file a support ticket so we can take a closer look at the issue.
Liam Fallon reported that it is possible to work around this problem by deleting a key in the registry. Start up Crossover Run Command, select the bottle containing your program, and enter the command regedit and run that command.
Find the following key and right-click to delete it.
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