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IE7 Problem I have an IE7 problem, IE7 says it can't load the website, because I'm not connected to the internet. After that it asks weather to "Connect" or "Work Offline" because I'm already online the second I click "connect" the website I wanted appears. How can I stop this from happening? 10x

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Run the "connection wizard" in Windows to set the "connection".

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