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Bt fusion home hub

Which is working fine on this computer - however my daughter's remote pc which is downstairs seems to have 'lost' connection! It was set up as a network and was working fine until yesterday. It is showing as connected, but very slow connection and mozilla firefox won't load... (you are going to have to explain things very slowly guys!) thanks in advance#

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  • Bern101 Sep 22, 2008

    the connections are fine - we're on windows 2000 .... still not got it working........

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Check whether the network connection is perfect(i.e)the wires are connected perfeclty...if there is a loose connection then the network connection will become slow(i.e)the internet will become slow.... loose connection is the main problem.....check that properly..... i am a software engineer and i have experience in it......thats why suggesting you this idea....try this....it will work 100%.....or check the internet connecton is perfect......

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Dear Bern
if ur using windows xp its very easy to solve

1) Just restore your omputer to older days that which work greatly.
Steps

start- program files -- Accessories- system tools- System restore- select the date whih it works greatly. and the give restore. then system will restore after restarting

best of luck

Posted on Sep 20, 2008

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That makes sense.

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