Question about Computers & Internet
Go into tools in the browser, internet option's, lan setting and check off automatic.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
Hello there lindabarrett.
Here's a conditional GEEK-steer. But first a few questions:
Assuming step 1 is exhausted, and especially if the answer is yes to question 3, there is a "quick-n-dirty" solution that will very often resolve most software [as opposed to hardware -- modem, router, cable, etc.) related causes of your trouble: "WinSock XP Fix". I say "quick-n-dirty" because it can often provide much quicker results than methodically, and labor intensivley checking the long list of other areas in search of the problem. It basically resets the critically essential software control points (WinSock, registry, etc.) to a default working status. It can also backup all these current settings prior to executing, so that if it doesn't work, you can always restore back to that backup if desired.
Good luck, and thanks in advance for posting back ...
Via-con-Dios and Godspeed -- Craig
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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