Question about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64BIT Operating System Software OEM DVD
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Windows XP internet explorer
i think your internet security blocking iexplorer.
remove your internet security antivirus,reset your iexplorer to default settings and then remove iexplorer in add remove components in control panel.then install again.
check also in mozila fire fox .
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
SOURCE: i have same problem plz help
error 105 (net err_Name _not_resolved )
is a compatibilty issue of google chrome with windows vista .
google is still working on this issue.
thier is no problem with your computer.
Google will soon try to realese a patch for this
this common error comes when the google chrome is not able to resolve the DNS with your ISP
I will explain you how and what excalty happenes when u try to look for any webpage through your browser like google chrome ,ie,firefox etc
when you try to type www.fixya.com then your browser convert these words into a particular number as computer and the server reads number.this conversion of words into a number is done by feature called DNS and since your google chrome is not able to convert it into a numbers you are getting this problem
i would once again say that this not your computer issue .this is the issue with the google chrome and soon the google will try to release a patch for it .
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
SOURCE: internet disconnects on using
This solution depends on how long ago you installed all 3 Browsers on your system.
I'm assuming you're using a Windows PC running Windows XP or Windows Vista
1- First, you want to uninstall Safari and Google Chrome (one at a time) from your PC. These two browsers are new to PC's and are not fully debugged/tested yet.
2- after uninstalling both, restart your computer 1 time.
3- After starting up again, start Firefox and try to surf to a website you haven't tried before on it.
4- If unsuccessful, check which version of Firefox you're using. If it is older than version 3.01, use Internet explorer to go to their website and download the new version.
5- uninstall the old version of firefox first, before installing the new version (always follow this rule for all future program installations, unless otherwise stated in the instructions for the program)
6- Once you have the new version of Firefox installed, run it and check for internet connectivity.
7- Firefox may ask to get settings from Internet Explorer at some point, say yes.
Let us know how it goes and rate us. :)
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
how do you want it to work together.....you can open yahoo, google, and other sites in internet explorer simultaneously
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
SOURCE: after download of google chrome
try to check the lights on your modem if the DSL light is blinking then it means that you have a intermittent signal or a drop of signal if it is solid try to check other web browsers like firefox or IE . if you could surf other websites using other browsers then it means that the problem is Google chrome try to optimize the browser (google) then try to close then open google to see if it works. if not try to uninstall reinstall google
Posted on Jul 14, 2011
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