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Internet Connection is Down

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#1 demetrics


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Posted 08 March 2005 - 01:50 PM

I have a wireless LAN set up in my house. Anyway, I deleted somethings I believe it was in my network connections or internet options. I can't remember but I believe it was some Java Plug-ins and a shockwave file. I am not sure if that is why but for whatever reason I can't get on the internet anymore on one of my computers. I have 3 computers connected to my LAN. The one connected to the router works and one of the other wireless computers work but the one that I deleted the data doesn't. I use the Belkin wireless and router. Also, when I check the adapter's signals strength it is strong, but the internet still doesn't works. I even tried to run my system restore back to the time before I deleted the data but it will not work. It will not restore back to any point at all.

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#2 Grinler


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Posted 09 March 2005 - 11:47 PM

How di you delete these items? There shoulbe no java scripts or items like that in the network connections control panel

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