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Problems connecting using Microsoft internet explorer 7

Iam having problems connecting and staying connebted to the internetIam using internet explorer 7
I can some times gain access to the internet and then suddenly for no reason it disconnects and shows the page, Internet explorer cannot display the webpage

I have run the dianose connectoin problems and it reports that I am not connected to the internet BUT the icon reports that I am!! and I can send and recieve e mails.
I ran the ping test and was able to gain access directly after and 2 mins later i lost the connection again. My ISP provider (Tiscali( have not been able to tell me whats wrong and what i need to do to resolve it.
Please! Please somebody help me its been like this since December.

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  • silverend Mar 01, 2009

    Hi I connect with Broadband I have tried the ipconfig/renew and ping etc but none seem to sort this problem out it worked fine and then all or a sudden this problem started.

    I will try removing the card, cleaning then re install it tomorrow.



    many thanks for all your help.



    kind regards

    Silverend

  • silverend Mar 02, 2009

    Dear smithbrother, i don't think thats the problem as i have 2 other computers working via broadband just fine

    the 'faulty' one is connected to the router and no2 is a also a wired connction and the 3rd one is wireless.

    these have all been connected like this and all been working ok for 18mths or more.



    thanks for you help it is much apprieciated.

    kind regards Silverend

  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    Sound like you have old phone lines? Does it mesas up more when it's wet outside. A computer magizine I read says to; " disconnect the DLS modem and let it reset every now and then". "It seems to fix  a lot of problems:,   it said ? I know I had you problem on ATT DSL before they replaced the line. 

  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    What kind of service does you ISP provide? Cable , DSL or Phone Modem?

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Hi there hey if you are using a ethernet card try this first ok.. if you go to the properties of your ethernet card and go to configure than under the speed settings make sure that it is set to auto and try press ok than the card will disconnect from the internet and reconnect try this first... than if nothing helps try the (ipconfig/ renew) command and let this reconfigure the sesttings for the internet explorer you may also want to open and remove and clean the card reinstall the card ok let me know lhow this goes for you. best regards mike

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