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I can open any links that I click on, on another laptop. System tells me to go to settings, change pc settings, network and then proxy, but when I get there, I don't know what to do. Help!!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You might have some options to fix it: firstly; this error occurs when your connection preferences are not properly set. I'm not talking about your Yahoo! ID and Password here, but you may need to adjust certain features depending on what network you're on. Maybe, i think you should check your firewall settings. If you use Personal Firewall, make sure it allows your connection to receiving incoming connections and allows you to use yahoo messenger,check it out, may be it blocked your yahoo messenger. if a firewall protects your network, it may block yahoo messenger when it tries to connect to the server. You need to change your connection settings, click the Messenger menu in yahoo messenger and select Connection Preferences. Select Firewall With No Proxies. Select your Internet Connection type from the pull-down menu at the bottom and enter your Home Country if the adoptions aren’t grayed out. Click OK and login again using the new settings. If this option doesn’t work, click Connection Preferences in Yahoo! Messenger again and select No Network Detection. Try to login again using the new settings. In some instances, you may need to provide yahoo messenger with the IP address of your firewall or proxy server (you can get this information from your network administrator or from your Internet service provider). Click Messenger and select Connection Preferences again. Select Use Proxies. Enable either the HTTP Proxy or the SOCKS Proxy as needed and provide the proper address. Click OK and login again using the new settings.
Or other way, open your Internet Explorer>Go to File>Then, 'uncheck Work Offline', make sure your Internet connection is not working offline. Then, close Internet Explorer, try to sign in your yahoo messenger.
thirdly, if you are using IM9 there are sign in problems. This is what yahoo has to say. Try an updated version of Yahoo! Messenger 9.0(22.214.171.1248). This latest build includes a fix for the sign-in issues that have been affecting some users. If you were seeing an error code“81003004” when trying to sign in, this latest version may fix that problem. Even if you were experiencing a different kind of sign-in issue, I recommend installing this latest version. Hope it was helpful and it works to solve your problems.. Please kindly support me.. Thank You!
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
Try reseating the lcd cables on the lcd and to the motheboard as well.
Also if you want to verify if its a power problem with your wireless card causing the screen to flicker, remove the card completely and see if the flickering stops. If it does then its bad and the wireless card needs to be replaced. Remember that the wires for your wireless card comes from the LCD so it could quite possibly be a wiring problem as well, make sure there are no breaks in the wires that are being exposed cause that could cause problems.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
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Click the "Tools" menu and select "Internet Options" to open the browser properties.
Click the "Connections" tab and select "Settings" to open the proxy server configuration.
View the section labeled "Proxy Server." This contains the Internet protocol and port address for your proxy server.
Click the "Firefox" menu, select "Options" and choose "Options" again from the menu that slides out
Click the "Advanced" tab and select "Network" tab. Click "Settings" to open your proxy server configurations.
View the section labeled "Manual Proxy Configurations." This lists the IP and port addresses for your proxy server
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