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Unable to connect to the internet

I have 2 computers both connected to a router, I have had no problems getting Internet Explorer until now and one of my computer cannot get it but the other one can.

It shows " internet explorer cannot display the web page" and when i try Diagnose connection problems it says that it could not detect any wired or wireless network cards installed and to make sure that the network card drivers are installed properly. also error 769 .

Any help much appreciated.

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  • mikeperkes Feb 18, 2009

    Thanks Nic61 for prompt reply, Unforunately unsure how to reinstall network card drivers as I`m a bit of a novice.

  • mikeperkes Feb 18, 2009

    Thank you for replying, I have clicked Network connections but there are no icons shown, there used to be a Lan/local area icon but that is no longer there.

  • mikeperkes Feb 19, 2009

    There are no icons shown in Network Connections

  • Nicolas
    Nicolas May 11, 2010

    No problem M8! i will guide you how to do it
    Is your laptop an Dell Latitude D600?



    If not please tell my the name and model of your laptop so i can find the correct drivers



    Nic

  • Nicolas
    Nicolas May 11, 2010

    Did you tryed to reinstall the network card drivers?



    Nic

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There a very simple resolution to this issue.

  1. Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
  2. In Control Panel, click Network and Internet Connections, and then click Network Connections.
  3. there would be an icon labeled Local Area Connection, right-click on it and click enable
  4. try connecting to internet again, like you generally do and it should connect.
if you still face issues, post back.

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

  • Jatin Wig Feb 19, 2009

    click on the start button

    right click on my computer

    click on properties

    go the tab that says hardware

    click on device manager

    check under network adapters

    post back with whatever you see

    also mention any devices you see with a yellow question mark or a yellow exclamation...

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The internet said that they can not bring up your web page.


Internet Explore Cannot Display the Webpage
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In some cases, you can resolve an Internet connection issue by unplugging the power connections for your broadband modem and router temporarily.
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If you are unable to browse the Web on your computer but can browse on other computers, the computer itself has an issue. In some cases, this can mean that your computer is infected with malicious software.
Download an anti-virus program on another computer and run it on the affected computer to troubleshoot the issue.


User Error If you receive an error in Internet Explorer when you attempt to browse to a single website, but other websites work, check to make sure that you are entering the address of the website correctly.
By default, Internet Explorer searches the Web for a close result if the address you entered is not associated with an actual website. If you have disabled this feature and enter a website address incorrectly, Internet Explorer displays an error message.

Remote Website Issue

If you are unable to browse to a single website and are certain that you have entered the website address correctly, it is likely that the website itself has a problem.
You can wait and attempt to view the website again later, or search for the website on Google or another search engine and click the "Cached" link to view a recent cached copy of the website.


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