Question about Dell Computers & Internet
I Believe what is happening is that you have more than one connection trying to connect either that or is connected what I would suggest doing is checking your network connections. to do that you must do the following.
1.XP: Go to start/run/type in ncpa.cpl and hit ok
vista: go to start/search bar/type ncpa.cpl
same with windows 7
2.If you are using a router wirelessly the connection will be a wireless connection however if you are connected with and ethernet cable it will say Local Area Connection.
3.Right click on the connection you are not using and hit disable.
4.If you have a Dial up connection that you don't use anymore you should delete it.
5.try the web browser "I hope this helped you out"
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