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CMOS battery and websites

Mmmm... Cocks...Mmmm... Cocks... Registered User regular
edited September 2011 in Help / Advice Forum
Recently popped out my CMOS battery (long story) but of course my dates/times on my computer reset.
I guess this tripped up some internet security hu-ha cause now I can't access my hotmail account.

I can drop the "S" in the https and it'll let me log in (nice) but just absolutely won't load up my inbox.
I can access it from other PCs though.

Mmmm... Cocks... on


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    EsseeEssee The pinkest of hair. Victoria, BCRegistered User regular
    Have you re-synced your computer time with the Microsoft/US government servers? Right-click your clock, choose "Adjust Date/Time" and pick Internet Time (making sure that the appropriate timezone is set before you do this). Other than that, it could be a coincidence that Hotmail refuses to work... I know a couple months back (something like that) I suddenly had massive issues with getting Hotmail to load until there was a certain browser update, and tons of people reported the same thing, so maybe make sure your browser is up-to-date. You probably have automatic updates on for whichever browser you use, but they don't always actually apply themselves.

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    The King And His FoolThe King And His Fool Registered User new member
    Hotmail and several other microsoft webservices have been experiencing issues. I'd assume this is the reason of your problems rather than your battery and computer date?

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