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Problems with Windows Media player connecting to the internet

I am having problems connecting to Windows Media Player to the internet. It will not connect to a stream for radio on the internet.
But when I disconnect my D-Link Dir 615 router and connect direct to the high speed modem it works. Great.

Second question, which might be related to the first question.
Using Microsoft Explorer when I connect to a web page I get errors in the left hand lower corner. This does not happen when I am connected direct to the modem and not though the router. Also it does not happen when I use fireFox browse.

Both question above happen on all my three computers. So I don't believe it is my computers at fault.

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At first the re-configure ur router and other re-installed the internet explorer ok

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