Question about Computers & Internet
Check your internet cable for loose connections, If you are using Windows XP, try the following methods:
1. Go to the Control Panel; right click on the Network Connections.
2. On the dialogue box, click Status; the Local Area Connection Status will appear, check if its is connected or not. If it is connected. Unplug the power source to your internet cable/connector.
3. Restart, your computer;then re-plug your internet power source.
4.Wait for at least 30 minutes then check your browser.
5. If there is no internet signal, you should call your internet provider's technical service.
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
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