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1--go to the network settings under control panel and see if it says there that the internet is connected or not .
2--try shutting your wifi off and then turn it on . you can even try restarting your system .
3 -- try connecting to an alternate network .
4-- if it says it is still connected and you can not access any website , try opening the same web site in an alternate browser .
5-- lastly if it still shows connection bit fails to open any page ,
do this --- click Start + R . or go to Start>Accessories>Run .
in the window that opens type this --- ping google.com -t . and then hit enter .
if the internet is working you should see this message " Reply from 220.127.116.11 : bytes 32 time 102 secs TTL "
this shows the net is working ( website replying back ) .
then the website you are trying to access might be down .
If you get a message like - " request timed out . " or " host unreachable " ,,,
then your Internet provider is having a down time ...
hope it helps
Hello rosemike2004, this is a problem that can be resolved by "Uninstalling the Network Adapters," and then Installing them again. I do not see the 'Product Name' so I cannot guide you to the Manufacturer to "Download" the Network Adapter Drivers" that you will need. Do the following; take the Manufacturer's Name of the Computer, and 'add' .com, ie: Acer.com or Intel.com. This will give you the "Website" where you can again "Download and Update the Network Adapters" The Network Adapters will be reinstalled, and the [Wireless Broadband Connection] should be established. To "Uninstall the Network Adapters," do the following: Go back to the Network Adapters with the "explantion marks! Next, 2xclick to open the "properties window," select the "Driver" button, in the next window, choose the "Uninstall" button. Once the uninstall is finished; click on the "OK" button. Restart the Computer. Next go to the "Manufacturer's Website" to get the Device Drivers" install the Network Adapters, and "Restart the Computer" again! This should fix the problem.
There are (4) four different ways to connect to the Internet. 1) To start, click on the "Start" button, in the (right "start menu" pane), select the Control Panel 'shortcut'once the nextwindow open; scroll to find, Network and Internet, click on it to open.Next, select to open the "Internet Options."To setup the Internet Connection: Click on the "Connections" block, click the ("Setup") button, and follow all the instruction carefully. 2)From the "Start Menu" in the (right) pane, if you have the "Connect To: Icon, click on the icon to open;"this will start the setup and connection process." 3) Click on the "Start" button, select to open "All Programs," next scroll to find: the Product's name; example (Toshiba), click to open. "If there is a ConfigFree icon present" Option is available?" select to open, and click on the Connectivity Doctor,follow all instructions thereafter. (4) From the "Start Menu," click on the "All Programs" scroll to find: Accessories, select to open: if you have the [Windows Mobility Center], open the program; there will be a Wireless Network 'Turn-on and Off Switch" Important"Always! Click Apply, Ok, and Restart the computer after making changes to the computer." I hope this information is helpful? Thank you for using FixYa, paul7of9."
If you are using Mozilla Firefox go to TOOLS then OPTIONS you should be able to see a box beside the word Home Page. Type in that box the website you want your browser to open everytime you open Mozilla Firefox
if you are using Internet Explorer go to TOOLS then INTERNET OPTIONS it should be the same with Mozilla Firefox. a box beside the word Homepage. Type in that box the website you want Internet Explorer to open everytime you open Internet Explorer
IF the website you are ferreing to just INSTANTLY POPS OUT. then it is an adware (virus), you need to have your antivirus program scan your computer.
well, the connection timer has timed out, It has to do with internet connection speed and consistency. If your connection to the site gets dropped, it's because the website doesn't hold it's connection open too long waiting for your computer to connect to the site, which ties up the server/network. once the timeout ends, your connection expires. Basically your computer only has a certain amount of time to connect to the site, if it doesn't, the connection expires. And Facebook is hugely popular. hope this helps.
You must share your internet to other computer using your lan connection in able other PC can open internet wondows.To do this
go to my network click set up home and small office network then follow up wisard set up before you close set up insert your cd windows installer e.g. xp or vista click additional task,click home and small office network again from cd follow wizard then click finish,then insert your cd wondows installer to other computer and repeat procedure on set up home and small network restart your PC everytime you install internet sharing,be sure one PC will assigned as server
Most likely the firewall on you security software is causing the problem. If you know how to disable it open your security software and turn off the firewall. After updating the software, turn on the firewall again.
If you are not able to do the above steps. We will have to disable it from MSCONFIG.
Click start – Run – Type “msconfig” – Hit enter Click on the Tab “Startup” on the top, Click “Disable All” button Click on the Tab “Services” on the top, Put a Check on “Hide All Microsoft Service” , Click “Disable All” button Click OK.
Restart the computer and try updating the software now. It should work. Once updated, open msconfig again and select “Normal Startup” to reset it back to the default settings again.
Did you install the web-cam correctly? If not uninstall it then try to restall it again and see if that helps. If not call the manufactor and see if they can give you a walkthrough and maybe that will solve your problem. Good Luck!
i did a full system format - not the quick one, after i did that i was able to access the ipod in itunes to "restore" the ipod which fixed my problem - now i just have to re load everything onto it - and remember how to convert movies again........;)