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How do I disable certificate errors and restart internet explorer?


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31-May-2008, 07:14 AM #1
How do I disable certificate errors and restart internet explorer?
I've got windows xp internet explorer 7 and it keeps coming up with something called "certificate errors" and won't let me access the site. It usually hasn't been a massive problem except I've just bought an ipod, and the certificate errors won't let me download itunes! So I really need to disable the certificate errors. Following instructions, I've got as far as disabling it, but it says that I need to restart internet explorer for it to take into effect. How do I restart internet explorer? Or is there another easier way to disable the certificate errors? Please help! Thanks.
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31-May-2008, 10:07 AM #2
Go to windows update and click on custom and there should be a root certificates update download available.
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