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What should I look for?

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#1 buckoo-ziwei


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Posted 01 November 2008 - 01:28 PM

Dear List,

My computer is a laptop Gateway 8510GZ with Intel Pentium M Processor 1.73GZ, 795 Mhz, 1.25GB RAM. I hope this is enough description...

Anyway, these last few days I have been surfing the internet looking for a baby Rottweiler, but this is beside the point. The point is, after a few moments of surfing on the same site, my computer lock up.

I want to know what to look for when it does this? My operating system is Window XP Service 2. I have Service 3 waiting to be installed but I'd rather not because I had installed it before and I lost my internet connection. I decided to wait. Then a few weeks after coming back from Australia, I decided to install it again. It did the same thing. I am really stupid when it comes to losing my internet connection so I do not want to take the risk of losing it again. We have DSL broadband here and I am directly connected to the network.

I know this is a broad question, but is there a way of knowing what to do when my internet access freezes. It only happens in Internet Explorer. It does not happen when I use Yahoo access, but then I do not like accessing Yahoo...Internet Explorer is my main access.



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