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So I built my own computer about a month ago, and it has been running perfectly for that month until now. It can start up and I can log onto Windows, but it doesn't run the same as it did. When I try to connect to the internet I get a message saying "Windows cannot find a certificate to log you on to the network." I already googled that one and I already know about unchecking that 802.1 box, but mine is already unchecked and grayed out. Another problem is that sometimes my computer won't install games that it had installed once before. I just want to know what caused all of these problems. My guess would be the motherboard, but I want to know for sure.
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