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Internet problems!!!! im having a problem with my internet.my laptop is pickin up the broadband connection,has a very good signal strength but windows internet explorer tells me it cannot display web pages!anyone able to help me out here??? Computer has Windows Vista OS. Internet connectivity is ok but will not display internet pages. Windows Live Mail works ok and using Media player can display internet pages. Restore points do not go back far enough to avoid the problem. I am trying to obtain a "recovery Disk" from Best buy which should re-establish the computer to its purchase date status. Do you think this would cure the problem? Thanks

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Well,
Not always.
Vista . . .
Microsoft's mistake.
Hmm.
Have you got a different browser such as, Firefox, e-capsule private browser, etc. download them on to a USB and put it on your laptop install it and there you go.

If not try system restore




Thats all i can do.

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I have a hp pavillion dv6500 I have recently restored to factory settings however I can't seem to connect to the Internet via wifi it keeps dropping and going to "local only" but the signal...


Hi.

Connect the laptop to the internet using an ethernet cable, once connected perform a Microsoft update and see if there are any updates for the wireless card. If there are then download and install the updated drivers for it, that may resolve the problem. If that does not solve the problem then try removing the power from the modem/router for 30 seconds and then plug the power back in, wait a few minutes and then try to connect to the internet with the wireless.

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Page canot be displayed


Hi,
Can tell me how to connect internet connection?
If u connect through then check for ur wireless signal.If u connect broadband connection then u check for baudrate.
If u get same problem then Update ur Internet explorer or Reinstall ur operating system.

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