Question about Dell Inspiron 530 Desktop Computer
Two resons can cause this problem
1. Loose network cable from the computer to the modem
2. Incorrect browser settings on the computer.
I guess you might have reseated the network cable coming from computer to the modem /router
In case you have not then this would be the first step to start with.
Second restart your computer and at the Dell logo screen tap F8 key a couple of times . You would get a screen windows advance options menu.Select safe mode with networking , using your arrow keys on the keyboard . Hit enter . Login as the adminstrator , try using the internet if the interent works fine in the safe mode with networking without disconenction , restart the computer and reset the browser settings.
In case you need more support , post back with the results of the steps given above
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Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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