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I am having performance issues with network connectivity

My Dell M2300 is making my wotklife hell. I can't retain a connection to the network domain and I can't get access to the internet on a consistent basis. I can connect at times but it is very slow.
I use Windows XP SP3 and IE5. I have done a diskclean. Any ideas anyone?

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Download a program called spybot s&d (google it)... install it.. update it and scan your computer... remove all the spyware it finds... next upgrade to IE7

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