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    This is a discussion on Message Heading within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Lately i have bean getting this message at the top of the the website`s i go on. To help protect ...

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      Message Heading

      Lately i have bean getting this message at the top of the the website`s i go on.
      To help protect your security internet explorer has blocked this website from displaying content with security certificate errors.Can anybody tell me what it is and how to stop it or put it right.


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      Re: Message Heading

      You have set the security levels for Internet Explorer too high.

      Click: Tools > Internet Options > Security

      Check the settings there. Also check the Privacy and Content tabs.

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      Speedtest: 17.15MB/s 0.97Mb/s Ping 31 ms

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      Re: Message Heading

      Thanks for your reply Scubbie but i`em not what you would call a teci and don`t realy know if i`em doing right for doing wrong is there a simple way for letting me know what i`em doing right. Plus anouther message keeps coming up at the top of the screen it reads.Unable to connect to google spelling server please check your internet connection and try again. This stops me from using my spell check any help would be very help full.

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      Re: Message Heading

      Perhaps in fairness to yourself, this might be an occasion to suggest that you should consider finding a local PC shop to get some help?

      There are a few other things that could easily cause this kind of error to appear that I have in mind. These include a firewall being incorrectly set up or perhaps two firewalls being installed. Also it is possible that someone has enabled the Parental Controls or installed some additional Parental Control software.

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      Re: Message Heading

      Hi scubbie this will probably make you laugh but a while ago I posted about the message at the top of the website that I went on saying about to protect your security Internet Explorer. All that I did was alter the time and the date for that day and synchronised with the Internet time server. Funny yeah

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      Re: Message Heading

      All that I did was alter the time and the date for that day and synchronised with the Internet time server. Funny yeah
      This one of the main reasons for getting Security Certificate warnings. Check that your BIOS clock is set to the correct time, as this is where Windows takes its initial time from. If the BIOS clock is wrong it may indicate that you need to change the CMOS battery.

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      Re: Message Heading

      Cheers for your reply post Isitme i was just thinking because i`m not what you would call a tecki but just an ordinary layman buying the battery is easy enough so do you think that i could change the battery or would you think its best to get some one who knows what they are doing. once again thanks fro your reply post.

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      Re: Message Heading

      If Windows is constantly loosing the time when you start up, then it probably needs changed. Usually the POST will stop with the message that the CMOS is wrong or something like that, press F1 to proceed. If this is happening you should definitely get it changed. Changing the battery in a Desktop is usually quite easy, but laptops can be more difficult to get into.

      This is a tutorial on changing the battery in a desktop - How to replace the CMOS battery.

      Here is some on changing a laptop battery - Replacing The CMOS Battery in Laptops | eHow.com

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