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Digital Certificate error in adobe acrobat

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When I sign an acrobat document with the digital signature, I am getting the error "Windows cryptographic servive provider reports an error. Invalid signature". This error happens in a Windows 7 machine. It works fine in windows xp machine. How it could be corrected. The digital signature is in USB token.
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Check the computer system time. Make sure the Date is correct on your system. some times security certificates synchronize with pc clock. make sure also the month is correct.

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