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john god

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Hi,
My problem is, I reinstalled Windows 98se
over the same version due to getting errors.
I have my desktop up, but when I try to open
IE5,or Google,or Yahoo,my E-Mail, all I get
is, The page cannot be displayed.
I can go into My Computer,My Documents
but not the internet....
Any help please.
Thank-You
John
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As you've re-installed Windows you may have removed the device driver for your internet modem or router. Have a look in Control Panel->Device Manager and tell us if anything in your devices list is showing any yellow question marks or red/yellow exclamation marks.
If your modem/router is connected via USB to your PC, you have to install the modem's USB driver or it won't work. That driver is supplied by either the modem manufacturer or your internet-provider if they supplied the modem.

Edited by pip22, 21 November 2007 - 06:20 AM.

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john god

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Thanks for your help.
I hve a Linksys and that wasn't getting read.
Had the yellow ? in Device Manager.
Once again,
Thank-You
John
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