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Internet Is Connected But No Internet (lol)


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#1 VermontJohn

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Posted 23 December 2006 - 02:11 PM

This machine I am using is on it's last leg. For the past several months, every now and then, I hear a "clunk, clunk" from within the machine. It's nearly ready to be buried.

Anyway, I have another computer that is ready to take it's place. It works great. When connected to the net, it shows packets being sent and received, but when I try to use the browser, messenger or anything that needs a connection, the various software act like there is no connection to the net.

It seems to me I need to make a simple change somewhere in the machine but I don't know where. I checked under Connection settings and it shows the internet connection is active. There is something I am overlooking. Anyone have any idea whats wrong? I want to get the thing working before this one completely dies which based on what it did last night, it can die any minute.

Thanks very much!

John


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#2 fozzie

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Posted 15 January 2007 - 04:38 AM

Did you allow your browser ( in your firewall) to access the internet?




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