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Control panel internet options,select connections you might have a tick in the never dial a connection box

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Thank you for your query

The reason that you are getting this message is because internet explorer (IE) is looking at your LAN connection as the default connection.

to change this and to point it towards your dial up please do the following

1) click Start>Control Panel>Internet Options
2) In the internet options window click on the tab that says connections
3) half way down the page there will be a option that says 'always dial my default connection' put a dot in that box
4) Click apply/OK and next time you click on IE your dial up box will come up andask you to connect

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If the browser shows working offline and wireless is connected fine then it could be an issue where work offline is checked in the browser.
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Also try this step as well, if its internet explorer go to tools-internet options-and in internet options-go to connections tab-there is dial up and networking box-remove the dial up connections from the box-and check the one never dial a connection

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http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/System-Miscellaneous/Dial-a-fix.shtml

run it
check all the boxes and click go

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let me know what happened with

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i think u are using winxp

first u check internet connection speed

next u check any virus probelm in ur pc


next u check internet explore properties


u go to internet explorer then click tools menu, then click inter netoptions then go to connection tab and tick never dial connection



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