Question about Mirus (SITL51C410) Notebook
I have a dial up connection to the internet and I have frequently been receiving messages that I am not connected to the internet while I am in the middle of browsing web pages and I know I am in fact connected to the internet. One example last week was when I was about to confirm an online payment to a credit card company and after I hit confirm the message popped up saying that the webpage could not be viewed because I was most likely not connected to the internet. I am encountering these problems in both IE7 and Firefox. Please help! This is getting frustrating.
Some of these websites limit the time port is open.. payment gateway will sometime cut the connection to protect the customer from potential identity theft... in a way this is good.. but it is frustrating for dial-up customers.
Posted on Jun 02, 2008
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