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Windows Clock Keeps Changing Back To 2005 - Ie Asks If Website Certificate Is Valid For Every Website


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#1 dodsongm

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Posted 06 February 2008 - 09:57 PM

To whom it may concern:
My comp has been acting strange for several weeks now. Windows date and time are messed up and refuse to stay corrected when i do fix them. The time and date are always correct but the year constantly reverts back to 2005 after i continuously change it to 2008. Because of this many different websites are not compatible with my IE because they have date sensitive certificates and my IE doesn't like them. I get asked about 5 times per site if it is okay to proceed and it is very annoying. Also I cannot do any online banking because the transactions are date sensitive. Is this a virus/trojan/bug/etc? or is this a hardware issue. My problem sounds very much like a post by Pinky Smalls at this link. I followed his/her protocol and still have had no luck clearing the issue. I tried synchronizing with internet time, but it keeps giving me and error that it is unable to connect. I have already tried replacing my motherboard battery with no help. Perhaps its time for a new mobo? or do you think it is a virus? I'd rather not end up like this guy once i put a new mobo in and infect that one too. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much.
-dodsong

Edited by dodsongm, 06 February 2008 - 10:10 PM.


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Posted 07 February 2008 - 04:49 PM

Hello let's start with.. What?
.....Is your Operating system
....Are your antivirus and spyware tools
have run scans from safe mode
Then we can proceed,thanks
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