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It is difficult to open google.com and facebook.com in my computer. i think it is a certificate error. certificate invalid. please give me a solution for this.

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The certificates used on the web are on the server end. It is inconceivable that Google would let their Certs lapse. Microsoft, on the other hand, let theirs lapse all the time ...

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SOURCE: I get this message on google chrome whenever i try

run reginout cleaner and restart ur pc it will work fine do deep system clean with reginout

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SOURCE: google.com opens whenever I click

most likely the shortcut is pointing to google.com but has been named to facebook. I would try and delete the shortcut and remake it.

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SOURCE: i can't open facebook , when i write (www.facebook.com) it's doesn't open and this problem is just in google chrome please help ??

I also encountered that before, Just repair your OS or much better reformat it.

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