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This happens when IE is corrupted. Since IE is part of Windows the only way to fix it is to reinstall.
Or you could use another browser instead of IE. I recommend Opera, it's way faster and has a lot more features. http://www.opera.com/
Have you tried typing www.google.com into the address bar.
I have had this problem when connecting a new PC. It is usually set to log onto MSN and this has caused me problems.
Also try control panel / internet options / connections / lan settings. and making sure the automatically detect settings is ticked
I guess you lost your Home Page link to MSN, right? If so, use your browser--probably MS Internet Explorer--to go to www.my.msn.com and sign in. From the MS IE top menu bar, select Tools, then Internet Options. In the General tab you will see Home Page on top and your home page address should be in the Address line. Click Use Current. Your home page should be restored.
If you type in the entire address, www.msn.com then press enter, you should go there. Once you are there, you can click on the little down arrow near the picture of a house on your tool bar, and change your home page to the current page, and you should be good to go.
If you are using Internet Explorer then follow the instruction bellow to rectify it.
Open Internet Explorer and click on the Tools tab on the top right hand side, then click on Internet options. In the general tab you see what your home page should be. Highlight the web address and then type in http://www.msn.com. Click on Apply and then OK.
To see if it's worked all you have to do click on the home button at the top.
Check whether your internet connection is working properly or not. To check this ping to your DNS Server of your internet service provider. If you get a reply from the DNS Server then the problem is with your browser, if so then install another browser like Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome. If you dont get a reply from DNS server contact your ISP and resolve the Issue with them.
Go to someone with internet connection and try this site : http://support.microsoft.com/kb/956196
Method 1: See whether you can view another Web page
To do this, follow these steps:
Start Internet Explorer.
In the Address bar at the top of the browser window, enter one of the following addresses:
My best guess with the limited info given is that your settings on your computer are somehow not right. My best guess is your IP address is not correct. When you right click on my network places and go to properties you should see a list of connections. Double click on the one you believe is your internet. Click on the support tab and at the top it should say next to address type "assigned by dhcp" not "manually assigned". Hope this helps.