Question about Internet KM-2501P Enhanced PS/2 Multimedia Keyboard
I'm connected wirelessly to my home network and the map on the Network and Sharing Center page shows that I am connected to the Internet, but IE 7 will either not connect to any website or is extremely slow to connect to a site and then I cannot link to a second web page from the first. I have an HP Pavilion dv9000 laptop with an AMD Turion 64 processor running Windows Vista. I can connect to any website at normal speed and link anywhere with a wired connection to my router. I've tried numerous fixes through HP Chat, but I don't believe the problem is with the hardware.
Unfortunately, this did not make any difference. I forgot to mention earlier that I also have FireFox loaded on my machine and it generally doesn't load anything when I'm wireless, but also works fine when I'm plugged into my router.
Do you have any other ideas (I hope so)?
Posted on Jun 01, 2008
You could try going to the tools menu in IE 7 and turn of Phishing filter. That should speed up page loads.
Otherwise, there are other browsers that are not so clumsy. Let me know if this solves your problem or not. We are here to help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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