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Network Issues I'm trying to connect to a wireless network on a laptop computer and the computer is telling me that I am connected, but when I try to access any website it tells me that Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage. Also, on the bottom-left corner of the screen it says res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm. I tried reinstalling IE 7 to see if that fixed the issue, but nothing happened. Also removed my temp. internet files, cookies and did all the troubleshooting I know. Oh, and I also tried it with the ethernet cable, with the same result. Do you have any idea why this is and why I can't connect to the internet??

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