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savg511

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I am unable to download anything from Microsoft.com. I can go to the download page, click on the download link and then I get the error page: The page cannot be displayed. Cannot find server or DNS error. I can download from other sites however. I am running on Windows 2000 and have IE 5.5. Other computers in the office can download from Microsoft.com. I have tried using the repair utility from the Windows 2000 to see if it would repair it and it won't. I have downloaded the files to the public drive and then tried installing on the "bad" computer and because it still needs to connect to Microsoft.com it won't download and I get the error page. Unsure of what to do since this is the only computer. I have even changed the security settings to the lowest and still nothing. Any advice?

Thank you! :tazz:

Edited by savg511, 22 August 2005 - 10:38 AM.

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GET FIREFOX AHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! MUCH BETTER THEN IE U WOULDNT BE HAVEING THESE PROBLEMZ
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Tried that. Still won't download anything from microsoft.com. says I need internet explorer in order to do the windows update. what now?
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