It wont show web pages if i keep repairing the lan connection it will but only to viwe that page then i have to keep reparing it to keep going to the next page i thought it was my internet but i called them did stuff they told me to do and all was fine they said it might b t my internet explorer i try to go to a site it gos blank well (white) i can go to web site like i said if i repair the lan connection whats wrog with it? plz help ronnie
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Open the Internet Explorer browser. Go to "Tools > Delete Browsing History." Hit "Delete All." Check off the box that says "Also delete files and settings stored by add-ons." Hit "OK." Close and reopen the browser. b> Disable Add-Ons b> Go to "Start > Search." Type "Internet Explorer" and hit "Enter." The computer will search for any files with this label. Double-click on the file that says "Internet Explorer (No Add-Ons)." This will allow you to browse in IE without any additional plug-ins or add-ons that might be causing the browser to crash. b> Reset Internet Explorer b> Open the IE browser. Go to "Tools > Internet Options." Hit "Advanced." Click on "Reset" and then hit "Enter." Close and reopen the browser. Hope this helps. b>
First I would open Internet Options in the Control Panel, click on the Connections tab, click LAN Settings and deselect everything that is checked. If you still can't go to a site, try Google Chrome or any other browser to see if they work.
It could also be that you have Limited Connectivity. Click Network and Internet Settings and see if check your status there.
If you are able to open any other web pages
except orkut web pages,thats means ourkut has been blocked from your service provide side,you inform or complain about this to your ISP internet service provider or if you are not able to open no one web pages in your system thats means there was a problem with internet setting or internet explorer Browser,check my network places and LAN setting,or if you are useing IE 8 or IE7 (internet explorer) remove it from control plannet and restart the system,
than you check ......
You LAN is not connecting to your Internet Service Provider, hence the LAN has a red X and therefore cannot open a WEB page.
Check your LAN cable, make aure it is connected to both the LAN port on the modem and the LAN port on the computer.
The red X on the LAN should disappear when the network connection is re-established.
Also power off your modem for 1/2 min, and power it on again and restart your computer.
Let me know if you have further problems and any error messages.
I advice you 2 things:
1. check your internet connection.
2. In your internet explorer look for Tools, open it, click on connections tab. Then click LAN settings tab. Then check automatically detect settings. And remove check from proxy server settings.
This should work, otherwise look for help and find somebody who knows about unconfiguring group policy settings for your computer.
check your internet settings for Internet Explorer 1. open browser, click tools menu the select "Internet Options" 2. in Internet Options select "Connections" tab 3. at Connections, click "LAN Settings" 4. at LAN settings "Automatically detect settings" should be mark check 5. click OK to save settings, close Internet Explorer Browser and open it again.
for Firefox Browser 1 open browser click "Options" menu 2. at Options, select "Advance" then select "Network" the click "Settings" 3 Connection Settings, select "Direct Connection" if your computer directly connected to Internet provider otherwise select "Auto Detect Proxy Settings" if your using a Router. 4. click OK to save changes, close youi browser and open it again.
You go to start menu and access the Control Panel. Open Network Connections and make sure the LAN connection is enabled. If not, right click and select Enable. After confirming LAN connection, then go back a page and click Internet Options. Then the page will automatically show you the General Tab. Type in (or verify) home page in the window. eg. www.aol.com . Then select Connections Tab. Remove any connections that appear in the window below. Below that on the same page, select LAN Settings. Check the Automatically Detect option. This will allow your PC to detect your modem and your internet service. Select OK at the bottom and the window will close. Click Start again and select the Internet Explore. If your internet service is active the window will open to your home page. Good Luck!