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Fire Fox Help!


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Tensaei

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At certain sites, when I try to go to another page I get this . . .
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I recently put up a proxy and I Think that I turned it off.
You see, I went to Tools>Options>General Tab>Connections Settings>Then I put it back to dirrect connection to the internet.

Now then I start getting this little po-up window on Fire Fox when I click on certain links.
(Regular links, I have been to the websites before, now it's just acting up.)

Edited by Tensaei, 28 September 2005 - 07:41 PM.

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Are on Dial-Up?
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No, DSL.
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Thats odd! That screen only comes up on Dial-Up! Since I have used both? on DSL I never log-off the internet It is always on 24/7.......I am sorry but I have no idea!
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Anyone else want to give a shot at tryin to help me?
This becoming a real problem now, it's affecting IE too!
It's screwin with my Downloads... Stops when it's finished and it takes 1-3 minutes for the download to finish when it is already done!
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Hey did u try going to internet properties and clicking on never use a dial up conection in the ie tools/conections
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Ah, I think I have it resolved.
Thanks anyways.
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