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KillEmAll83

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As you can tell by the topic title, I can't explain it all that well. :whistling: Most times when I'm loading up a website that has quite a few pictures the window that tells you to connect to the internet and has Username and Password comes up. Problem is, I'm on a router and the internet is connected all the time. I don't know how to get rid of this so the stuff will load without me clicking cancel when it comes up.

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When this comes up, I click cancel and it loads the webpage up. But until I click cancel, I cannot do anything on the internet.
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Hi. Is that popup related to the ISP you use or is it from some unknown entity? You answer to this question would indicate which direction to take.
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Yes, that's the ISP.
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So....anything yet?
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Hello KillEmAll83,
I live in winterpeg, now construction city, so my ISP is also MTS. Have you tried out another router, and if not could you try a friends router to rule out the fact of it being your router being defective.

Also can we try and clear up on the situation? So your problem basically is that the window seems to pop up to connect to the internet when you have a large amout of images, yet you have a router and it connects you as soon as you boot up your computer. Correct?
If this is the case, does it happen to every web page? What browser are you using?
thanx
James
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