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Can't open internet explorer 7

I have checked all my connections and I the computer recognizes that I am connected to the internet but when I open internet explorer it says "cannot display the webpage" when I click on Diagnose connection problems it tells me that whatever website I am trying to get to is not set up to establish a connection on port "world wide web service (HTTP) with this computer. I am using Vista. It was working fine until about a week ago. I thought it was Verizon and my DSL but everything is fine on that end and the tech guy said it was the computer. I just got this computer like 3 months ago. I really need help please! Thank you. I have an Acer Aspire 4520 Laptop

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  • canadasteak Aug 23, 2008

    there is only one system restore point option and it is from earlier today when I installed the windows vista service pack 1. Is there a way to find an earlier restore point?

  • canadasteak Aug 25, 2008

    Thank you for the link. I ended up calling Acer directly and finally backing up my files and doing a complete system restore.

    Thank you to everyone who responded.

  • QueenieRoyal Feb 15, 2009

    my computer says i am connected to the internet and i can still use MSN and anything that requires the internet... but i cant search for anything soon as i open internet explorer it says " windows internet explorer can not display the web page!" please help! Its a windows vista basic Acer lap top:(

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This is a system glitch, do a system restore, and it should clear right up.

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