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Connection is close due to a specific site we browse

When we log into addicting games the computer freezes? we cannot connect to web pages shortly after? we have connectivity but thats it? we have foxfire and add-ons disabled?

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  • oriondragons May 26, 2009

    shortly after I had AT&T installed. That made my computer crash within a week and then i had foxfire and my addon's disabled

  • oriondragons May 26, 2009

    thanks i will!!



    :-)

  • oriondragons May 27, 2009

    yes it happens while using the Explorer....



    I was unable to load a flash player update but i am able to view movies..

  • Ben Wabnick
    Ben Wabnick May 11, 2010

    excellent, let me know how it goes and we will go from there.




  • Ben Wabnick
    Ben Wabnick May 11, 2010

    See if the same thing happens by going into Internet Explorer. Want to make sure its not a browser problem.




  • Ben Wabnick
    Ben Wabnick May 11, 2010

    when did this problem start happening?




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Hello

It sounds like you may have either a memory or a video card problem on your system at the greatest.

  1. I would start by downloading the newest firefox from mozilla.org Install the new firefox and open it
  2. go to www.flash.com and download the latest flash files, it will be the button in the middle of the screen, as soon as you get to the website. (If you see a movie play, that means your flash is up to date)
  3. Then go to www.java.com and download the latest java.
  4. Close Firefox and re-open it, then go to Tools > Clear Private Data > Select Cookies , Cache and browser history Click ok.
  1. Close Firefox and re-open it
  2. Try adiciting games website

This should work for you. Let me know if your still having problems.


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You need to install additional graphic card for your games

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