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Paul Bennett

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Hey there,

I come to the experts once again, seeking advice.

Whenever I am surfing the internet at random intervals it seems (my connection will time out?) and I will get the following error message:

In IE - The standard "page cannot be displayed" page
In FF - A pop up box saying "this document contains no data" or "cannot connect to "www.website.com""

It happens in both IE and FF, so is not browser spicific. It will happen about ever 6 or 7 pages I try to load. This is a new problem. I know I have a slow connection (and I'd just blame it on that) but this never used to happen. Its worked fine until recently.

In general, it seem all internet surfing is slower.

I am a windows XP SP2 user, with a 56k dail up modem. As far as I know, I have the most up-to-date drivers for my modem.

Any Ideas on what might cause the slow down? :) :tazz:

Thank you very much.

Paul.

Edited by Paul Bennett, 21 October 2005 - 01:47 PM.

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dsenette

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do you have any firewalls running?
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Paul Bennett

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Yes, Zone Alarm 5.5.094.000.

But its never been a problem in the past.
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does the problem still occur when you turn it off? just temporarilly.
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