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Internet explorer cannot diplay the webpage. I am not connected to the internet, but all my connections are hooked up correctly

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Hi,

A couple of questions pls:

  1. how are you connected, DSL or dial-up?
  2. if it is DSL, wireless, cable, two-wire/telephone?
  3. what is the brand of your modem?
  4. do you use a router?
  5. what is your machine, a laptop or desktop?
  6. what is your operating system?
  7. who installed the system?
  8. who is your ISP and what is your subscription/package (speed of connection)?
  9. have you tried calling your ISP?
Hope you post back additional information.

Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Sep 20, 2008

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