On Mon, Jul 4, 2011 at 5:30 PM, RSCL Mumbai <rscl.mumbai(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Have a look at your Computer's BIOS. Most BIOS have the feature
(RTC) to turn ON the system at a given time. I have been using this
feature for quite a few years now.
My PC does have this ALARM function.
I setup the alarm, but the PC did not boot at the set time.
Is your PC RTC set to UTC or "local" time? Most likely you may have
set the time in your OS to reference the BIOS time as UTC; in which
case the OS during shutdown will set the BIOS clock system time to UTC
time. To have the system boot at your "local" time, you will need
to adjust the "alarm" time in the BIOS to IST - 5:30.
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