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Problem With Ie Using Dial Up

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#1 jerryb64


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Posted 02 March 2006 - 10:21 PM

Hi, I am new to the site, and this is my 1st post,the problem is with my laptop running windows me,when i 1st got the laptop I connected using a modem card with no problems,then I got a wireless card to connect through my dsl,everything was fine,until last week when I went out of town,and tried to use the modem again I connected to the isp with no problem,but when i clicked on ie,it took a very long time to open,when it did open it just said page cannot be displayed,called tech support after 2hrs same problem,now back at home I have no problem with the wireless card,I tried the modem at home with the same problem.any ideas??.

thanks in advance,

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Posted 03 March 2006 - 10:59 PM

check the settings tab in IE and change the "connection" settings. Or if you have the abilty to scan for Wifi or Bluetooth networks using Windows ME (dont know never had it, but you can w/ XP) just scan for a wireless network that is unprotected. Most hotels of descent quality have this available for your use. Also "most"( again i repeat "most") truck stops have wifi access available for trucker use (truckers use wifi and/or satalite for log book records, GPS, and other goodies)

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