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how to fix an SSL error in google chrome

I had issues with my monitor not displaying anything, so i cleared the CMOS and got things running again i loaded up the default settings in the BIOS and booted into windows xp 32 bit service pack 3 (this is an old stand-by system) when i opened google chrome and tried to access gmail, i got an SSL error. can anyone tell me how to get rid of it? xp specific instructions would be appreciated, ty :)

this system's specs are as follows-
Intel pentium dual core E5200
BIOSTAR G31d-M7
4 gigs of DDR2@667 mhz (3gigs usable)
320 gigs of storage
run-of-the-mill 450w psu
windows xp pro 32bit service pack-3
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  1. Best answer
    check your time and date
  2. ss202sl said:
    check your time and date


    DAYUM! didn't think it would be that simple. thanks man
  3. aryamanp56 said:
    ss202sl said:
    check your time and date


    DAYUM! didn't think it would be that simple. thanks man


    It isn't that easy; doesn't float my boat! Try again....? Back to the proverbial motherboard. I am still stymied son.:(
  4. ss202sl said:
    check your time and date


    :no: this time date answer is a red herring; a no go. Got any other bright ideas?
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