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My Internet Don't Work On My Other Computer :(

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#1 Ravemasta16


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Posted 03 November 2006 - 08:21 PM

Whats wrong with it? I gave it to some guy to fix, I get it back, and it comes up as an error. Got any idea whats wrong? Thanks for the help.


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Posted 03 November 2006 - 08:53 PM

I think your first course of action should be to take it back to "some guy" who it appears did not "fix it" as you requested. Having us make suggestions prior to you returning immediately to "some guy", may make any recourse you have available null and void. Talk it over with "some guy" first and if you do not get results, then post back here.

However, if/when you do post back please make a more thorough post. Include, what OS you are using, browser, error message, network configuration i.e. router/no router. What type of ISP connection, dialup, DSL, cable or satellite. Give us as much help with information to help you resolve your issue.

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