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2wire router The only way i can access the web through any browser is in safe mode. I have a connection and can access email and my other computer on same router works fine. Something is happening during startup that does not allow the router to work on this computer windows xp. Have tried ie6, ie7, foxfire

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  • riders343 Nov 27, 2008

    I can only connect in Saft Mode as well but also works with https, just not http. Did you find a fix back in January?

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Sounds like a firewall on either your comp' or the router isn't enabling you to access the net. Try changing the settings, I would check the router's firewall first.

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