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When I try to access the internet it says that it can't contact the internet after going through the router the tray icon says it has a good connection but can't access it.

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Check your IP address..
check ur connection cables..
did you pay your connection bill?
contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP)...
if not solve....pls clarify everything...

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