Question about HP iPAQ Connection Wizard (fa339a)
For that, there's really nothing wrong with it. So the problem there is, your internet provider. Contact the Customer Care Channels like your Residential Hotline. They're maybe doing a system maintenance. If you check your power,link,data and ethernet blinking from your modem/router, so there's nothing wrong with it. You can also try to go to the Run command. Type "cmd" then a command prompt will open, e.g. type "ping www.yahoo.com" , if there are 4 replies stating that you don't have a loss, then they're doing probably a system maintenance. Just contact your internet provider (Customer Care) for further info about there system.
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