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Help? IE 7 is having a FIT and I can't stop it!


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Alias775

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Hello all! All evenging my IE 7 has tried to stop me on every single page I enter - even the Social Security Admin!

It blurps and says "To help protect your security, Internet Explorer has blocked this website from displaying content with security certificate errors. Click for options.

About 3 hours ago I quit clicking and just didn't pay any attention to it. It then knocked me clear off my modem ccnnection to the internet!

I had to call my server. She had me reset all the defaults, reset security on IE, reboot and I came back up and it's still doing it!

Does anyone have a clue about this? I'm going to go download Google Crome for the rest of the night until I hear from you guys.

(And broni, if you're around - you've helped me about 2-3 times! You'll finally get something from me this Fri or Sat. Look for it!)

Thanks, Alias 775 :)

Edited by Alias775, 02 September 2010 - 12:26 AM.

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every page you visit is giving you a security certificate error?
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If it happens on every single site, I'd be inclined to argue that the system date and time is wrong.
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exactly what i was thinking Neil.
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Yes guys, it's doing it on every single page of any site! I downloaded Google Chrome and it's doing it too.

I've reset the time (it was 5 minutes off), rebooted the computer and it's still doing it!

Help me?

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make sure the date is right as well.

w32tm /resync from the command line will force it to sync to time.microsoft.com or whatever time server you have defined (time.microsoft.com is the default)
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also, verify that the time you set the computer to is still the time that it's showing after you reboot. if it's not holding it's time then the CMOS battery might be dead
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