Question about Computers & Internet
First thing the you need to check is if you have a valid connection through your ISP, to check this just right click on your local area connection icon on the system tray(bottom right hand of the desktop screen) and go to status, under status go to the support tab and verify that your getting a valid IP address from your ISP, if you have valied entries try to ping a website. go to start and then run, type cmd and a black windows will open, type ping yahoo.com and check if you get a reply or request time out, if your getting replies that means it just a browser settings problem.
Posted on May 06, 2008
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