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Internet Issues on Lenov0 8922

It is showing that I am connected to my wireless internet yet when I try and open internet explorer it tells me I am offline.

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    Big Poppa Marv May 11, 2010

    download firefox. Its a better browser....www.firefox.com.....are you able to open other programs and use them online?

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Hi,

The solution is simple, open your browser it would be easier if you are using Internet Explorer. Click on FILE and there will be an option that says WORK OFFLINE and it is checked. Click it once and it will be unchecked, after doing so, go to any website of your choice may it be Google.com, Yahoo.com, any website at all and it will display that page... ü

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If it tells u offline then follow the steps:

>> open the internet explorer...

TO LOOK FOR VERSIONS OF Internet Explorer(IE) ...open IE and go to Help on top and click on "About IE"

>>for IE 6.0 ...go to File>>and look for "Work Offline" (make sure its unchecked)...if thr is a check mark then click on it
>>for IE 7.0...go to Tools on the top-right corner and look for "Work Offline" (make sure its unchecked)...if thr is a check mark then click on it

Posted on May 13, 2009

  • mubashsher salim
    mubashsher salim May 13, 2009

    hey thats easy

    open Internet Explorer

    >> go to File and click on "Work Offline " and uncheck it

    it will resolve ur issue

    ( note: u may find "work offline" option under Tools on the top rght corner on the screen if u have IE 7.0)

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