Question about Computers & Internet
Could be connected.
From inside Windows, go to the run command off the Start Menu and type "cmd" without the quotes.
In the command window that follows type:
chkdsk /f c:
Windows will tell you there are open handles, etc and do you want to run this on the next boot. Answer Yes and reboot.
Then try again.
The second cause if your default browser is not IEplorer. You can change this in by opening IExplorer and go to the Options, Connections and tell it you are on a network.
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Posted on Jun 11, 2008
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