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I have a windows vista.. my internet server is comcast. when i try to go on the internet it display internet error messsage webpage you entered must be incorrect. at the bottom of my screen the two computer screens say network connected.. when i go in to windows media player and test it , it say not responding .. can you help???

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  • Joey Sartain
    Joey Sartain May 11, 2010

    is this wired or a sireless network?

  • DJNet May 11, 2010

    did you scan for viruses?
    What kind of network card?
    are the drivers correct and up to date?
    check out these and tell me what it does...

    DJNet

  • knitefalcon May 11, 2010

    What program are you using to connect to the internet? What version.



    Have you cleared your cookies and cache files?



    What internet site are you attempting to contact?



    What are you testing through windows media player?

  • Greg Margossian
    Greg Margossian May 11, 2010

    When you look at the "two computer screens", does it say local and internet or just local?

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Try re booting your computer in safe mode and let it repair everything - if that doesnt work do a system restore --NOT -- it usually resets your browser- also look for a little button on the back of your router for the internt there should be a small hole there -- it is the reset button press and hold using a pencil for 15 seconds then unplug it and let it sit for 5 minutes -- then plug it back in to power and wait until the internet signal lights on the front of your router are set then try it again- also make sure you have your default browser set towhatever net you use i set mine to msn.com - real simple it takes you to explorer good luck - let me know if any of that works -- i would really advise you try resetting the router first though

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