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Laptop computer, just repaired by Geeksquad, now will not connect to the internet

Internet explorer cannot display the web page. cannot communicate with web prxy 168.94.74.68 it says to verify current proxy server configuration and reset the local adapter "local Area Connection".

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    ok what do you do after that soulution?

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Open internet explorer, go to: Tools > Connections > LAN Settings > Un-check "Use a Proxy Server for your LAN".

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