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Hi guys Anthony here and I am having a little bit of trouble with this computer of mine. I just booted it up and clicked on mozilla and nothing. Checked all my connections, my router, my modem. All other computers in the house are connected perfectly fine. I think I ran into this problem before and had a friend fix it but hes not answering his calls so I am on here asking for some help. I honestly don't even know where to begin to check for error codes and things of the such, I'm not horrible with computers, but I'm not anywhere near good.

Anyway I can help you help me let me know where to look and ill get you all the necessary info.

Thank you, Anthony.

PC Specs:
Vista Home Premium
Model LX6810-01
Intel Core 2 Quad
8gb RAM
64 Bit
SP 2

Edited by adenelsbeck1993, 20 August 2011 - 10:54 AM.

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you getting any error message when you open up a web page i work for an isp and do this stuff all day :) if its only one try connecting it by ethernet cable if its not already to check its not a wireless issue and if u still dont get web you could try specifying dns on the pc/laptop i always use googles dns and always worth clearing cache and cookies not sure if it will help or not but couldnt help if u are still having any bother give me a shout and i will try to think of anything else you could do best of luck mate
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