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The remote device or resource won't accept the connection

I was using my laptop when I lost connection to the internet. Internet Explorer displays " Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage"
When I use the troubleshoot I get "The remote device or resource won't accept the connection "
I am not computer savy and possible fixes involve downloading...I cannot get an internet connection so how do I download a fix?
Any suggestions?

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Try restarting your router. If that doesn't work than check if you didn't accidentally hit the wireless button on your laptop as many people tend to do this and not realize it.

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