"A required certificate is not within its validity period when verifying against the current system clock or the timestamp in the signed file." when installing a program.

I'm trying to install an application that came with 3 others on a disk. The other 3 installed fine but when I try to install this one (iom Grapher if you're wondering) I get the error mentioned in the title. The other three are games and this one is a grapher which records feedback from sensors you plug into the USB port.
I've restarted my computer, removed the disk and retried installing, nothing has worked. Help please?
 

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I'm trying to install an application that came with 3 others on a disk. The other 3 installed fine but when I try to install this one (iom Grapher if you're wondering) I get the error mentioned in the title. The other three are games and this one is a grapher which records feedback from sensors you plug into the USB port.
I've restarted my computer, removed the disk and retried installing, nothing has worked. Help please?
is your system time ok? it indicates the system time is not ok
H.A.V. Aravinda

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Um, I'm not sure? All I know is when I started my computer at 2:30 it said the time was 5:15 so I changed it back. Is that what's wrong and if so how do I fix it?

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Um, I'm not sure? All I know is when I started my computer at 2:30 it said the time was 5:15 so I changed it back. Is that what's wrong and if so how do I fix it?
possible reasons for changing the time are as follows


(1) Cmose/bios battery run down
(2) your are in a different time zone
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Well, the time zone thing didn't work, and I'm pretty sure it isn't the battery thing because this laptop is brand new. But thank you for the help anyway.

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now your time is ok?? and certificate error is gone? so no need to worry
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The time is okay, but I still get the certificate error.

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Hi,

 

A websites's certificate provides identification of the web server. If the certificate has an error, it might indicate that your connection has been intercepted or that the web server is misrepresenting its identity. If you're absolutely positive of the website's identity, you know that your connection hasn't been compromised, and you understand the risks, you can choose to go to the website.

 

Follow these steps:

1.     In Windows Internet Explorer, click Continue to this website (not recommended).

A red Address Bar and a certificate warning appear.

2.     Click the Certificate Error button to open the information window.

3.     Click View Certificates, and then click Install Certificate.

4.     On the warning message that appears, click Yes to install the certificate.

Hope it helps.

 

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Do we know how this is resolved

I see this happening on one of my machines too now

A required certificate is not within its validity period when verifying against the current system clock or the timestamp in the signed file.


I have looked at known issues mentioned here

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2872457#Cert


but the resolution steps don't help.


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