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How would I know what browser my internet provider uses?

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  • kseoulgirl Apr 24, 2008

    I have Netzero DSL Broadband

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Some providers make you use IE to do the initial setup. I am guessing you are running OS9 so it could be IE 5.2 for the mac. Did you get a valid ip? Can you tell me who your isp is and I can look up what you need.

Posted on Apr 23, 2008

  • Eric Pritchett Apr 23, 2008

    I was looking at net zero if I remember right that is what you use. Here is a Faq from their website.

    NetZero HiSpeed 3G may not be compatible with proxy
    based software or services such as content filters or firewalls.
    NetZero HiSpeed 3G is only compatible with Platinum service and
    specified browsers. Available only for Windows.

    Their platinum and free service still work with a mac.

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