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DSL-cant get Microsoft sites but can YAhoo, but can get all with dial up

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by ColoradoRick, Sep 16, 2004.

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    undefinedHope I can exp[lain this. I just went from dial up to DSL. I have 2 computers 1 XP, 1 Win2k. The XP did fine, buit was brand new, no new/used software to mess it up, the 2K is a different story. I cant get into ANY microsoft sites, hotmail messanger, Google and a few others when im connect thru DSL. I still have my dial up provider as Im trying to network both for online school, and If I switch the lines thers no problem, but hook up the DSL and thppppp...no msn.com, hotmail, etc. It just times out. I live in Colorado and have CenturyTel DSL. Ive done almost everything I could think of. Ive gobe thru my Norton Security, disabled the firewall, changed my security settings, deleted forms, cookies, made sure LAN was unchecked. I have spysweeper and PcBug checker and Spybot and Norton and all say all is ok, hell it works with dial up so WHY NOT WITH DSL!!! Some one please give me some ideas as its for my kids school and I need it fast. Anyone, please...Thank you
     
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