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Hello there,

Im getting some REALLY weird certification errors. Google Chrome cant enter any google.com site. Facebook cannot be entered from internet explorer etc.

Id like to think its spyware/malware or something but I installed my computer YESTERDAY and there has been no shinanigans so to speak. Ive only installed a few programs, 2 games and everything that has been downloaded has been from safe sources.

The computer has crashed in boot a couple of times when I was sorting the overclock, but it worked just fine yesterday.




Anyone got any ideas?


// Charlie
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post #2 of 4
Check your BIOS / system time, is it correct?
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Check your BIOS / system time, is it correct?

Sorry for the delay, got it working and thus had to spend the day benchmarking and stabilitytesting overclocks smile.gif. Got it working my running a system restore... probably bluescreened at a bad time...

Ty for your help smile.gif
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post #4 of 4
No worries, I had removed my CMOS the other day and then got certificate errors - i hadn't fixed the BIOS time, once that was corrected, no certificate errors.
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