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Off LIne pop up error when online

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by Verylost, Apr 20, 2012.

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  1. Verylost

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    Ok this getting very annoying and can t find a fix on my own; so turning to the smart ones here.

    Using vista hp 32 bit i.e. 7.0 and every time i try to get to a web site i get a pop up error saying that i am now working offline but i am still online and in the drop downfile menu off is clicked sometimes and other times it is and it doesn t matter for i am always online never offline,

    Tryed malwearbytes and superantispywear and Hi Jack this; was told theirs something in advanced somewear in vista a box i can click the box to disable going offline but can t find it and used sys restore hoping if i go back several days that would fix it but so far i have no luck ! ?

    So what now i so need a fix to shut down the pesty your off line errors.

    Need Help Please; error never ends fingers crossed .
     
  2. pip22

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    Internet Explorer has it's own internal "Offline" mode which you can select without physically being offline.
    This allows you to effectively "disconnect" your web-browser from the Internet for such tasks as, say, constructing a website, without disconnecting any of your other internet-related tasks (emails, program updates etc.).

    If you do not want Internet Explorer to be offline, click File on the menu bar and make sure "Work Offline" is not ticked. Click "Work Offline" to remove the tick if necessary.
     
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