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Re: internet provider says no browser installed on my pc
It is hard to believe you do not have a browser on your laptop. These are browsers you can use. Firefox, netscape, lycos and explorer are some. If you have a friend with a computer, get them to download firefox for mac on theri computer, then get them to put it on a USB for you, take the USB and install it on your Mac. This will fix your browser issue.
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A lot of people think its the computer when they can't connect to the internet. In reality it's most likely your Internet Service Provider (ISP)
Check the lights on the front of the Cable modem or DSL modem. The "received" light is the one you need to worry about, if it blinking it's receiving data.
If you are not seeing any blinking light you will need to call your ISP for troubleshooting.
A lot of times they do maintenance and have disconnect everyone in the area.
1 - The power adaptor of the DSL Router is not working,
2 - the Telephone cable is not connected properly
3 - If it's a cable modem then the cable is not connected properly
4 - Check with you service provider if he's made changes in the exchange and if you need a new DSL router.
Your DSL service provider should be able to solve this issue.
On wikipedia, it says its a fraud site... Might be the internet browser's Anti-Phishing websites features. Also, if you are in Qatar, Qtel (ISP) banned tagged.com from the internet there. Go on Wikipedia for more information
I had the same thing happen when I switched from os9 to osx. I had to install the programs, Quark, Illustrator, etc. then the icons appearance was normal. You may also have to actually open the program, then open the files themselves before the icons show as normal.
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.
If you are using DHCP it should get one when you start your computer. I am not sure your computer skills but I have seen people plug a phone cable into the dsl modem so make sure you have an Ethernet cable pluged into the ethernet port. Sorry if you knew that but I have seen it before. One other question does your provider require a certain browser to get setup first? Under OS9 in the system Pref folder there is a TCP/IP preference, you can trash that and reboot then go back to control panels and reset your settings to ethernet/ using dhcp.
Yes it can be done if you are in OS9 under your apple menu control panels you will see a Tcp/ip setting. In there change the setting to modem built in then put in the phone number you wish to dial and it should work. There also use to be a setting called free PPP that would work also.