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I am connected to the internet but the message is telling me it cannot display the webpage. And i go to click "auto link" and the button tells me "server not found"

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There is a variety of things that can cause that error - anything from spyware on your system to corrupted Windows files.

I would start by a spyware check - my favorites can be downloaded at superantispyware.com and spywareterminator.com right now they seem to catch a lot of this stuff and are both free.

If that doesnt help then there is a few utilities that try to repair the windows networking files. I usually use winsockxpfix.exe which you can google and is also free.

you will have to download these to a flash drive or burn a cd on another machine and install them on the broken one.

let us know how it goes!

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dear,

something is wrong with ur internet connection. are u using dialup or dsl or other.????
what so ever, in any case u have to check the internet connection...if the souce is ok then all are fine and will go finely..

regards,

if it fix the issue then rate it...

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