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IE won't open after connected to cable or dial up.


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No problem and I will check for your results in the morning.
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So weare in the mood to get a yfi system for the computer we are working on so we can have both computers on cable this will take a few days get back then. Cap. tks again
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Not so much WiFi but if you are going to invest in wireless then we can do that also.
Still works on the same principle except you will have to tell it you will be working with a wireless connection.
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Sorry Had to stop my dog is getting put down today and i'm broke too so I' have to quit for now maby in a few months Thanks ever so much for your help!!!! your a great bunch of guys and gals. Cap.
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I''m sorry to hear about your dog :D
When you are ready to continue just send me a pm here and I will continue wherever you are at the moment then. :D
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