Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
I checked the connections and as far as I can see it is not set up to use a proxy, but to make sure how would I know that? In the Connections tab of IE Options it says to click on settings to set up a proxy, but the settings is 'greyed out' so I cannot choose it.
Good to know there is no proxy.Because if there was one that might be the cause of the problem.You have to reset IE back to defaults.Go to the menu bar for IE click Tools,Internet Options,then go to the Advance tab,and click reset.
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
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Normally this is caused by a bad Proxy Settings. I have included the instructions below to assist you:
To check your Firefox proxy settings:
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