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whenever i open the internet explorer i
get a window askin for " this is not a valid zip code" try again and if i press the ok button is shows one more window
asking for " enter thezip code that you would like to display the weather for:" and it
asks for a number...what should i do to get this problem solved..please reply me as soon as possible...its damaging my pc.
if you are facing the error 734 with n82 using nokia pc suite then i think the solution is delete the extra string in phone and modem option which is in control pannel. the path is control pannel>> phone and modem option>> modem>> select N82 USB modem then click on properties>> advanced tab>> Delete the commend.
After that delete the modem settings in handset then connect. it works. just try this . . . . .
Do you use a router, or are you connecting the modem straight to the laptop?
Does the modem have multiple plugs for computers to plug into (if so, it is functioning as a router as well.?
Do you have any firewall/internet security software installed?
My guess without the above information would be that it is a problem with your DNS setting. Open "Network Connections" and right click on your "Local area connection" and go to properties. Click on the "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP" entry and click properties. Be sure that it is set up to "Obtain DNS server address automatically"
The hard disk may have some bad sectors. Try zero filling the hard disk.
Try to download the programs from http://www.samsung.com/global/business/hdd/support/utilities/Support_HUTIL.html
You will come to know if your hard disk is the culprit.