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LavenderBlu8

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I have Windows XP and AOL 9, and the computer was working fine one minute, then when I tried to log back on, it just keeps disconnecting me. I checked all the connections, did an Auto-Fix and a System Restore, and it still won't connect me to the internet. I don't know if I was infected with a virus to cause this problem, but I can't seem to get anywhere. I keep trying it, but the same thing always happens, I have a dial-up modem. Hope someone can help me with this problem. Thanks
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gerryf

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so, we can assume that you are posting from another machine.

Can you follow the instructions on top of the malware forum (see my signature) by downloading software and burning to a CD and installing it on the affected machine?
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First of all you should check whether your modem is working properly or not through device manager. Next you should check whether your telphone line is noisy or not. I mean to say that sometimes a noisy telephone line interfere in modem operation and keeps disconnecting. Next try to make new dialup network connection and try connecting to internet. Hope this might help you. :tazz:

Edited by baroon, 16 March 2006 - 09:19 AM.

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