Its new started a few days befroe I posted my first question. I had a failed update for my photoshop 6 & Acrobate 11 and fixing it screwed up my Aperture install. So I did a reinstall & fixed my aperture install. Also, I'm required to have automatic updates pushed to my machine using KACE. So it may be a combination of things & makes trouble shooting almost impossible. I'm going to try a completely clean install on a different parttition to be sure its not a hardware problem.
Nope, not really, just updates, but still happened when everything was turned off. However I found the simple solution:
Mac OS X 10.5: Incorrect time after migrating time zone from another Mac
Mac OS X 10.5
Last Modified: May 6, 2009 Article: TS2538
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Mac OS X may display the incorrect time when "Set date & time automatically" is enabled in the Date & Time pane of System Preferences, after using Setup Assistant or Migration Assistant to migrate time zone settings from another Mac.
The analog clock shown in the Date & Pane of System Preferences may temporarily display the correct time after selecting the correct time zone, but the time zone selected will not be retained after quitting System Preferences.
- If the Date & Time preferences window is open, close it.
- From the Go menu choose Go to Folder.
- Type or paste the following location, then click Go.
- Delete the folder named "localtime".
- Enter your admin password if prompted.
- Select the correct time zone in the Time Zone tab of Date & Time preferences.
When no time zone is selected, the time displayed in Mac OS X will be in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), except for the World Clock widget in Dashboard which will display the correct time for the city shown on the widget.