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Hello there very smart 'geek to go' people... :tazz:

I have one for you that I hope you can help me with. (Since my isp provider sucks and I have no alternative) They worked on the system a lil while ago.. switched us from a static IP address to a dynamic address. We were down for some time and are finally back online now.

My problem though is, when I'm searching the web.. I get " page cannot be displayed" ... so I right click on the " local area connection" icon and click repair.... then click refresh and the page will then work.

It doesn't happen with everytime, but often enough to be quite bothersome. Any advice on this would be sooooo appreciated!!

Thank you!
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