[SOLVED] browser won't connect when connected to internet

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ccl

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I can connect to the internet using dial up however once connected it does not automatically connect my brower, netscape or IE. HELP. It I manually oper a brower I get a can't locate page in netscape and in IE I get the can't display page error. HELP
 

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Hi, and welcome.

Have you been able to load web pages before with this same setup?
 

ccl

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Yes I was. My PC recently crashed I had no mouse and the screen was very large, I deleted my display properties and it corrected that problem, now I can’t connect to browser but it says I am connected to the internet.
 
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Howdy,

Sounds like a Winsock problem to me.

Go to Control Panel / ADD_Remove Programs / click on Internet Explorer ?? and internet tools / Remove / a menu will appear / and run Repair Internet Explorer.

Let's see if that helps.

Spaceman
 

ccl

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Yes I can connect to internet with no problem. One connected the brower usually come up by it self now it doesn't. I tried to manualy pull it up and it acts like it not connected when it is.
 

ccl

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My system does not have Internet Explorer under ADD_Remove Programs. I am lost
 
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Well, let's see if it's here:

Start / Programs / Accessories / System Tools / System Information / and at the top under TOOLS / Internet Explorer Repair Tool

SM
 
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