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I can go online but it dies after a couple of hours?

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by hi!, Mar 26, 2008.

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    Dec 16, 2002
    Help!!! I can go online and open up a couple of windows.. but after a while some of my windows times out (not the main one I'm using though (page cannot be display) especially when I download something.. but after that file finish downloading that other window comes back up... But after a couple of hours surfing the net.. my internet connection just goes down????

    I am using SBCGlobal DSL running on Windows XP.. and using Zone Alarm as my Protector firewall from Bad Guys and also have Spy Sweeper, spywareguard (and others) as active spyware protectors but I dont' think that's it... I check my Network Connections and I have a 1394 connection and next to it is My local Area Connection. I call my sbc tech person but they can't find anything wrong?

    My modem internet light is on when it goes down? but when I turn off my moden and turn it on again then the internet light goes off??? If i restart my computer.. I can go online again... Oh and This don't happen often but Once I retarted the computer and I couldn't go online and I notice that my clock was reset back an hour??? I reset it back to normal.. restart computer and i can go online???? Help! Why can I do online and then it stops after a while? What Can i check or redo?? Thank you!
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