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There are several possibilities.  One of the more common ones is that you are still using Windows XP, which is no longer supported by either Microsoft or Second Life.  If you do a deep search of the Microsoft web sites, you can still find a patch for XP that will work, I believe, but the better solution is to get rid of XP and upgrade to a more recent OS like Win 7, 8.1, or 10. 

Another possibility is that your system clock really is messed up and needs to be reset.  Take a look to verify not only the time but also the date, and reset it if necessary. Just double-click the clock in the Windows taskbar (usually in the lower-right corner of the screen). On a Mac, check your Date & Time

Another possibility .... Be sure a firewall or Internet security isn't blocking Second Life access.  If you are on a college campus or are using a corporate network, your system IT administrator (your "grid administrator") may be blocking sites like SL as a way of getting you to pay attention to your studies or work. :smileywink:

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There are several possibilities.  One of the more common ones is that you are still using Windows XP, which is no longer supported by either Microsoft or Second Life.  If you do a deep search of the Microsoft web sites, you can still find a patch for XP that will work, I believe, but the better solution is to get rid of XP and upgrade to a more recent OS like Win 7, 8.1, or 10. 

Another possibility is that your system clock really is messed up and needs to be reset.  Take a look to verify not only the time but also the date, and reset it if necessary. Just double-click the clock in the Windows taskbar (usually in the lower-right corner of the screen). On a Mac, check your Date & Time

Another possibility .... Be sure a firewall or Internet security isn't blocking Second Life access.  If you are on a college campus or are using a corporate network, your system IT administrator (your "grid administrator") may be blocking sites like SL as a way of getting you to pay attention to your studies or work. :smileywink:

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