Question about Gateway GT5220 PC Desktop
When I try and sign in it says it cannot access that web page or sometimes it say Bad Request. I have talked to Comcast about it and they say it is a problem in the computer. They can access my e-mail and I can access it from another remote location, but not on my computer. I have tried everything from clearing the cache, disabling virus protection, downloading Internet Explorer Version 7, etc. Do you have any idea? If you send me an e-mail with a solution, I can't access it. My phone number is 662-890-7444
I got the same problem ..i'm in chicago land area
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
Did you try adding an additional email account?, I have comcast. You may have lost the settings for your POP3 account. Go into outlook if that is what you are using and check the settings. The settings may have been changed .If nothing works, delete the account, and start from scratch, on your comcast home page it will give you the settings to use for the incoming and outgoing mail servers. If that dosen't work let me know, It may be some kind or malware or other junk that one encounters on the internet.
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