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Problem with windows time and SSL certificates

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#1 MJLewinton


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Posted 24 March 2015 - 02:13 PM

So I installed Windows 7 on a new harddrive after updating all componants in my computer yesterday, and am getting a bit of a weird problem


I live in england, but if I set the time to english time, or use the internet clock to set the time, i start getting an Invalid SSL certificate warning on my computer, stating that the certificate is not yet valid.


For some reason, this goes away entirely if I set the clock 9 hours ahead.


So... anyone know what the hells going on?

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