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What I suggest at this stage, since you are not mentioning it:
1. Empty FF and IE cache, cookies, history.
2. Set the privacy and security settings for both IE and FF to its default if they are modified.
2. In IE under privacy tab, click on sites, then remove all to remove restricted sites if there is any. Do the same for FF (if you use Spywareblaster you have to reenable the restrictions).
3. Check your firewall (Windows or any other) and make sure iexplorer.exe has full permission to connect to internet. Do the same for FF
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Posted 23 April 2008 - 01:41 PM
1. Make sure of this: Open Internet Options > Connections > LAN settings > all items should be unckecked.
2. There is a utility called Dial-a-fix, it does no harm applying it even if it didn't help. Download from http://wiki.djlizard.net/Dial-a-fix run it, check all the items and press Go.
Reboot and try IE.
If you are still having problems try the following.
Go to Start / Run / then type in cmd
Type or copy/paste the following in the Command box:
Press Enter after each one.
Type EXIT to close & turn off the computer.
Disconnect the computer from the router or modem, then the
router from the modem. Turn off both the router and the modem, then turn on just the
modem. When all modem lights are lit, reconnect the modem to the router
then turn on the router. When all router lights are lit, reconnect and
restart the computer.
Posted 24 April 2008 - 02:20 PM
Edited by TMacK, 24 April 2008 - 02:30 PM.
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