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Hai, this is shamili,i connect internet to my desktop.when i opened IE and type web address,next minit it doesn't open anything and struck my system.i will restarted again.repeat this every time.i did't find it is the problem with my system or network card(H/w)or Softwares.but my nework connection is working,how i know is i connect to my friend's system it works. Can u plese solve this problem. Thanks in advance! Shamili

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Hi, first of all, just scan your full system with a antivirus application, I recomendate Norton Anti Virus with latest updater. Make sure that no virus is doing this kinda problem in your system. And then let me know.

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