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Computer Freezes While Connecting to Broadband


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#1 crybllrd

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Posted 19 April 2014 - 11:04 AM

I had this problem in the past.

I'm on Windows 7.

I click on Broadband Connection, click Connect, it pops of the screen saying Connecting...., computer freezes, restart, try again, freezes...

Updated Ethernet driver. Same problem. 

I can connect via Wi-Fi no problem.

What should I try?

 

Dell Inspiron, Win7. 



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#2 Chris Cosgrove

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Posted 19 April 2014 - 05:55 PM

 

I can connect via Wi-Fi no problem.

 

Does this mean that you have this problem when trying to connect via ethernet?

 

But you don't need to click on the broadband connection when connecting by ethernet, you just connect the cable to the computer at one end and the router at the other. At least that has always been my experience.

 

With wi-fi you need to select the router and if necessary put in the access password, but not when connecting by ethernet.

 

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