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Livebox wired connection

I have a livebox, and this is connected to the internet fine (constant red light). The livebox is connected by ethernet to the pc, now when I open IE it says it is unable to work offline and will not show the web. Please help I am useless with computers.

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  • Big Gannoo Jun 04, 2008

    my red internet light stays on and i would like to know if its on my end or yours

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Well if the modem isnt working have the isp come out and replace it.

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