Hello, A couple years ago I finally made a switch from Logic 5.5.1 for PC to Sonar. Since that time I have not done any work in Logic and have also moved to another PC less than a year ago. I wanted to get back in to Logic to start exporting my songs and work on them in Sonar. I loaded Logic onto the newer machine, tried to open Logic, and immediately got the following error: The system clock on your machine is wrong! Check the time, date, and time zone settings. 2.1.2012 This computer's particulars are: Studio Cat (manufacturer) Win 7 Intel i7 processor at 3.4 GHz 64 bit 16 GB RAM I though maybe it would be best to just go back to my original DAW, reinstall Logic (as this has become my daily machine, I initially uninstalled Logic), and try again as Logic ran on the old machine just fine for about 4 years. Same exact error result on the following machine stats: Studio Cat Win XP, SP3 Intel Core 2 6600 2.4GHz 4GB RAM This leads me to wonder if the XSKey is somehow bad now. The key has been sitting on a shelf next to me for the last year and not dropped, beaten, abused, or molested in any manner. It looks physically as fine as the day I bought it. Has anyone else seen this error and have any thoughts on what I need to do? I have searched high and low in this forum this evening before posting now. Thank you so much for any knowledge you might have.