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Unable to connect to internet or e mails

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I am unable to connect to the internet (firefox) or to my my mail (microsoft outlook)----but I can connect to skype. My operating system is windows xp

I get error codes 80072ee7 and 0x800cc0d

I have been through all the settings with my isp and everything is correct

There are 3 other computers on the network and all working
I connected my computer to another station and still get same problem

It all started after an automatic download of windows service pack 3 (I think)

Thanks

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  • gleeda Aug 06, 2008

    Thanks I did a system restore and all back to normal

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OK for now I would "Roll Back" ya update... OR use system restore.... See if'n it come right if so then Google and see if there are any problems with XP SP3 & EEE PC (I have one and simply LOVE it)... If not.. then maybe ya have a hardware problem co-incidentally.. as a last resort put the linux system on it and test that way? Service packs can be a bear for sure... I would suspect a driver issue or the like but with service packs ya just never know... GL

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