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AndyD74

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  1. I don't seem to be having this problem anymore. I don't know what changed. All I did was reinstall the Nod32 antivirus software and let it update and perform its intitial scan....which I did a few times before and it kept blocking most of the websites. I didn't change the clock or anything because I know it was right. I already had it set to internet time, and the correct time zone, etc., which is how it was when I was having this problem before. So for now, everything seems to be ok.
  2. I just got home from work and reinstalled Nod32 Antivirus. It is doing its updating and initial scan. I noticed that it immediately blocked something called systemrequirementslab.services.ping.....or something like that. It did that yesterday too. What is that? Also, if it acts up like it did before, I'll try to update this thread with the info you requested. I'm going to bed right now so it may be tomorrow or Wednesday before I post the info. Thanks for your help.
  3. I recently performed a reinstall of Windows 10 on my Dell Inspiron 5576. When I installed Eset Nod32 antivirus, I can no longer go to most websites to download programs I had before. In Mozilla Firefox, it tells me either my system clock is wrong (it isn't) or the website's certificate has expired (on every website). When I try Microsoft Edge, it just says that the website is not secure. I uninstalled Nod32 antivirus, and installed Avast. I have no problems now. How do I fix this so I can use Eset Not32 antivirus? Any help will be appreciated.
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