I have a Sony laptop running Win XP Pro SP3. Now on IE8. 1MB Ram.
I subscribe to Virgin Media for my Broadband. It's absolutely fine.
Yesterday I got a Vodafone mobile broadband USB stick, as I want to use it when I'm out and about.
Firstly, I'm getting 3 Mbps speed from Virgin, and only 1 Mbps on Vodafone Mobile. Now I live in London, and Vodafone say I should be getting 3 Mbps in my area.
Secondly, if I disconnect my Virgin connection, and use only my new Vodafone Mobile connection, when I get a list of search results from my search engine, I get an error when I click on one of the results, a yahoo http. 404 error. You don't have permission to access this web page. It happened when I searched for "geeks to go" for example. However, if I type in the whole url in the bar there is no problem!!! I can access the site fine. Why can I not access the site from within a search list?
When I go back to Virgin media, I can of course access the site from a search list as normal.
I have already removed the Parental Control restriction on the Vodafone Mobile Broadband, so it's not that.
Anyone got any ideas?
Thanks in advance.