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HELP CONNECTION DISSCONNECTS AT RANDOM


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thedillon

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Hi, I am a real novice when it comes to computers so......anyway, after about 30 minutes of being online my interent (dynalink dial up PPP connection) just dissconnects itself and i am unable to reconnect without restarting my computer, it is a real pain.....i use firefox also....please help, thanks, dillon
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It could be from many of things.

1. You may have malware on your PC.
2. You may need to clean your cookies, defrag, run diskcleanup.
3. Could be your dial up card.
4. Bad phone Line
5. may be bad signal in your area.

Has this happend before?
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Im trying to think back i think this use to happen on my old computer when i just had standard dial up. but have had a new computer for a few years now and havent had problems since....until now.... :whistling:
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Its no problem

Try running the steps I suggested.
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thanks for the tips slacker :whistling: I will try them now
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No problem. I am here to help! Post back if you have any questions or concerns or need help. I will be here.
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