Dell Latitude D600 - most all site certificates show invalid
Everytime I go to a site like yahoo or google, its adding more each day it keeps tell me a fatal error (42) and site certificate is not valid. Not sure what to do, I can get to these sites from my other computers. I bought this computer from a friend so i have no disks or anything to restore it.
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This has to do with the security settings. Try adding the sites as trusted sites. You can also try lowering the security. It may be that the previous owner set the setting to high. Both setting are found under Tools\Internet Options\Security. You can also compare the settings from a machine that does not give the messages to the one that does and adjust them to get rid of the problem.
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Due to copyright infringement
i) Google "Dell support"
ii) Click on "DELL Support Official Site"
iii) Type "Dell Latitude D600" in top right search bar
iv) Click on "Products"
v) Click on Manuals under "Narrow your selection"
vi) Go Crazy
Dell does not put in passwords on computer. Someone added the password once it was setup. There are programs on the internet that you can download that will help you recover the password. If not, you will need to format and reinstall Windows.
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I tried everything suggested above and on other sites, which included updating time and date, cleaning history, cleaning registry, re-installing Chrome, downloading new certificates from Microsoft. Nothing worked. I went to my Antivirus Program (Bit Defender). Under "Privacy" find the switch for "Scan SSL" Turn switch off. Now Chrome works great!
Go to dell site to download the driver free of charge, how can you get to their site go to google.com inside the google search driverscollection.com when the site is open type the name of the laptop product and model you have then download the kind of driver you want free of charge.
This pop ups or notices usually indicates that the SSL or Secure Socket Layer certificate is expired, thus warns you to input such confidential data. But If its a trusted site, you can go on pressing continue or add exception to the site.
For the Dell Latitude D600, you can visit Dell's Support website using this link: http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/index.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=gen. On the site, you can get all the downloads pertaining to your laptop, based on model [D600], or by your unit's Asset Tag, which is a white sticker usually located on the bottom of your laptop.
There are several categories listed for downloads, such as audio, video, networking, etc. Just choose the items you need, or you can download them all, and save to a CDR for future use.