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I could'nt connet to an internernet

When I used internet explorer browser.

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  • bsevinc May 11, 2010

    What type of connection are you using... Ethernet, dial up or wireless?

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1. Check your Firewall. Seems like its blocking ur IE7.
2. Are you using Firefox or Chrome. If not can you download it from another computer and install in ur computer. then check wheter they are working.
3. Check the status of your internet/ wireless connection icon. Can you see any bytes/packets received? If its zero or if you see local connection only you need to reconfigure your modem.
Hope this helps!
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