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I don't know if anyone can figure this one out...


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Frequensea

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Hi everyone, I have a strange problem.

I have 2 computers, one is a PC running XP, the other is an ibook.

The problem started with BOTH computers. The ISP seemed to not be working very well so one of the tecs from the ISP (295.ca, terrible service, no longer with them) told me to uninstall the dialup, then re-install, what a disaster.

First I couldn't connect (error 720)

Now I set XP back a few different dates til this one seemed to work with Mozilla (wasn't before) but still problems with IE.

I did the Mac, I can dial in, but Safari cannot open any pages, say's it cannot connect with the server.

The PC, the same thing, IE cannot open page (MSN also)

It isn't set to work offline and have tried everything, can anyone help (especially with the Mac)

Thanks very much for your time everyone, my fingers are crossed :)
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Alaster

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Get DSL if you haven't already, It's not worth paying for dialup. =o
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SuperSam

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If both computers are affected its the line or your ISP..
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cuzant

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i have found this page about the error maybe it can help http://www.modemsite...56k/duns720.asp
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If both computers are affected its the line or your ISP..

Agreed, but he said mozilla worked (long live firefox!)


-OCM770-, get DSL, it will pay off
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Try dsl or try "googling" your problem. Sorry I couldn't help.
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