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How do you connect? Modem? Wireless? Wired router?
If you use a modem, how do you conect it to your PC?
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How do you connect? Wireless? Wired router? Modem?
Also, if a modem, how do you connect your modem to your PC?
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Error 6/25/2005 9:32:31 PM NetBT None 4319 N/A
Error 6/25/2005 2:02:50 AM Browser None 8032 N/A
Error 6/25/2005 1:50:08 AM NetBT None 4319 N/A

these are the events with the red x under the systems log. that correspond to the time of the system reboot. The application log page says that there are 54 events but does not show any, just a blank page there.
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How do you connect? Wireless? Wired router? Modem?
Also, if a modem, how do you connect your modem to your PC?

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I connect through a wired router.
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Try unplugging the wired router when shutting down and turning on the computer. Tell is if this works.
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when I unplugged, shut down and restarted, the comp started without any hitch. then I plugged the wire but none of the pages would load -- "operation timed out". So I have to plug it in again and shut down and restart, the computer reboots 4-5 times and finally starts and the net connection works.
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Wait until the desktop is fully loaded. Plug it in wait 30 seconds. What happens?
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No it doesn't work. Same message "operation timed out"
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