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Date Time Resets / Certificate errors

Hey,

I bought a gigabyte m/b 2 months ago and for the last 2 weeks date and time randomly resets to 1/1/1900. After a few minutes a certificate error comes up (usually when I play League Of Legends). Here is the picture with the certificate. (https://www.dropbox.com/s/l4e36h27tbcjzu1/Untitled.png?m=)
Whether i install it or not, or fix the date time, once it happens it changes every few minutes.

I even deactivated the automatic date/ time sync with the internet.
The CMOS battery is new. Could the battery be damaged or something?

Is there anything else i can do?
Windows updates are all installed.
When I press the issuer statement, the following site comes up : https://www.digicert.com/ssl-cps-repository.htm
Also updated the IE!

Regards!
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More about date time resets certificate errors
  1. Manually set the time before turning on internet sync - if it's past 2036, NTP is broken.
  2. Someone Somewhere said:
    Manually set the time before turning on internet sync - if it's past 2036, NTP is broken.


    Do you mean the year should be past 2036? If so, then no its ok when i manually set the date and then turn on the auto-sync.
    and still it didnt help.
    Anything else i could try?
  3. No, if the year is past the year 2036 when you enable it it gets confused and gets the date 136 years ahead of where it should be.

    Can't think of much else, other than getting another new CMOS battery - I'm guessing a small percentage are DOA.
  4. It didnt work..I changed the CMOS as well and still the problem persists.
  5. I have a gigabyte motherboard and I am experiencing a similar problem. I've scanned all my hard drives including the system reserved folder yet nothing comes up. I've changed the CMOS battery and nothing changed. I still couldn't find a solution yet and it's a rather annoying problem.
  6. Just uninstall APPCenter and Gigabyte Utilities...
    They have a bug that creates a problem in MBs clock!
  7. Best answer
    G Kyri said:
    Just uninstall APPCenter and Gigabyte Utilities...
    They have a bug that creates a problem in MBs clock!


    I actually waited for a bit before answering to make sure that it worked, but this worked like a charm mate! It turns out that was the problem I had all along, since I've uninstalled the problem didn't even occur once.
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