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Desktop unable to launch internet explorer

My desktop (XP) "cannot find server or DNS error Internet Explorer".
My laptop will work with the 2wire wireless. The 2wire indicates HomePortal MonitorHomePortal Network Status-Down. All three lights on 2wire are green.Tier II w/att indicate not a problem on their end systems shows able to connect.
Thank you for any suggestions.

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  • therman Feb 20, 2008

    Hello, thanks for your prompt reply. The desktop has the ethernet cord connected to the 2wire. The ethernet cord is plugged into the 2wire and to the desktop modem. The 2wire also has a phone line cord in it as well. I have three laptops and all work perfectly using wireless. I hope that helps:).

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Unable to open IE in the Windows XP, but able to open in the safe mode

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If the laptop is working then your router is probably working correctly. Is the desktop wired to the router or running wireless?

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