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Internet My internet always shuts off on certain circumstances. If I open a new window adn try to exit it, the whole internet shuts down and restarts. Also, if I try to download something, the same thing happens. I Have SBC global /yahoo internet. HELP! Thanks for any help

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  • joannaxb0om May 10, 2008

    My internet is Internet Explorer

    and it hasnt always been happening

    When I first got my computer, everything was good. Then all of a sudden, it strted happening. I have Windows Vista. How do i try new browseres? Would I have to get new internet provider, i.e comcast?

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Hi!

Let me try and help you.

1. Is it happening before or just recently?
2. What's your PC's Operating System (WinXP, etc.)?
3. Is your browser Internet Explorer?
4. Have you tried a different browsers like Mozilla, Netscape, etc.?

Posted on May 09, 2008

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    HAAi May 11, 2008

    You do not need to get a new internet provider. You just need to try another browser like Mozilla Firefox, etc.



    Go to www.mozilla.com then just click the green button (Download Firefox- Free) and it will give you installation steps that you can easily follow.



    Hope this helps you isolate the problem.

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