Question about Computers & Internet
Try checking the Time and Date settings of the computer. Time and Date settings can greatly affect programs that access the internet. Try correcting the Time and Date settings. After correcting it, try browsing some websites where you get certificate errors.
After doing that, restart your computer. If the Time and Date is wrong again, it means that there is a problem with the CMOS battery(complimentary metal oxide semiconductor). This battery saves the basic settings of your computer which includes Time and Date settings, boot up device settings, etc. If that's out of charge, best option is to replace it. Here's an sample image of it. It's just like a watch battery but a bit bigger.
Hope this helps! :D
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