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comp shows a network connection but can't access IE or firefox


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booellis

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we have 3 computers connected to one network and only mine is having problems. i have looked anywhere and everywhere on my system and each place i look shows a network connection. when i try to load either IE or firefox, it shows either "internet explorer cannot display webpage" and "firefox has lost the connection" or something like that. i called my ISP and linksys and they both told me that my computer is the problem and not the ISP or router. i'm hooked up to a wireless linksys adapter and never had any problems like this before. i am completely ready to throw my computer out the window so any advice is helpful. thanks.

Edited by booellis, 09 August 2009 - 08:11 PM.

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Please post the output of an ipconfig /all command from the command prompt.
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i can't post this info because i'm using another comp to access this website. however i did try that on my comp and have the info just can't send it to you.
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Take a picture of the screen and upload it.
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