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Linda Thomas

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My computer..w3400 eMachine xp2 512 ram 80gh Ie6..Opening files or searching the web has become very slow or impossible the last 3 days..over half of web sites links never respond just seems to freeze sometimes I have to restart the computer. I have run s&d and ezTrust av they find nothing..did on line scan..nothing. Downloaded nothing new. Some web sites work ok. I have DSL
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Facedown98

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Here's a little trick that might help you. I use this all the time. First I want you to shut off your computer. next, unplug the power cord going to your modem. Leave the power out for about 30 seconds (they say 15, but 30 is my preference). Restore power only to the modem, and let the ready lights flash until the light is solid. The modem is now ready. You may now turn your computer back on. This usually helps a slow connection.
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what speed does the internet go at? have you tryed talking to ur isp? it might be a problem over there not a you computer.

Edited by daniel_c, 26 June 2006 - 09:35 PM.

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