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After a partner spent hours trying other fixes, I found yours and #3 did it! Tue Jun 18, 01:28:00 AM Anonymous said... Try these, it really won't hurt your system. Mon Jun 25, 06:03:00 AM Anonymous said... http://globalcryptonews.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-sp3-won-t-connect-to-internet.html

Just pointing this out so we can avoid wasting time on that part of thingsand just focus on the network issue.I have looked at some peoples fixes of "read this guide What are the developers thinking? Thu Oct 16, 05:56:00 AM Zenfone Blog said... Click Reset near bottom5.

Windows Xp Internet Explorer Cannot Display The Webpage

Sun Sep 29, 07:28:00 PM Anonymous said... Tried to use windows repair - it hung. Any ideas what we've done wrong? Awesome.

Fri Feb 28, 07:48:00 AM fred said... I am so appreciative for the options and explanation! It's gotta be related to certain settings I guess. Internet Explorer Cannot Open The Internet Site Edited by hamluis, 24 December 2011 - 07:04 AM.

Thanks a lot! The Page Cannot Be Displayed Windows Xp The scripts seem to have sorted everything out. Mon Sep 10, 07:12:00 AM Anonymous said... Have the same issuebut come to a different solution e.g "Uninstalled nortons" that doesn't apply.Only common factor is it seems a result of this malware hijacker program.

Join the community here, it only takes a minute. Windows Xp Will Not Connect To Internet Neither IE8 or IE9 work. Back to top #4 ePost ePost Members 119 posts OFFLINE Local time:10:45 AM Posted 10 January 2009 - 04:22 PM Here you have the download link. option 3 worked for me.

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any more ideas? useful source Sat May 10, 09:30:00 PM Ken said... Windows Xp Internet Explorer Cannot Display The Webpage Went right to option 3 after trying a bunch of suggested "fixes" from Microsoft the day before. Windows Xp Can't Connect To Internet Guys, I can't believe.It finally worked for me (IE8 on XP 32 bit)after months of frustrating efforts while I was doing what Microsoft were suggesting.You people are amazing!!!Thanks a lot.

I just got a new laptop, and I connected it to my wirless browser. have a peek at these guys Who knows, Gates maybe? Did you leave some details out about how to actually download the script? Inbound Technical Support call | Call at: +91 981-142-0083 | inbound calls for tech support | tech support inbound calls A great online marketing company for tech support inbound calls, Inbound Can't Connect To Internet Windows Xp Wireless

This solved my no internet issue, thanks! I also use mozilla and internet explorer for my web browsers. If you have a network card. check over here NUMBER 3 for the WIN!!!

Thu Apr 04, 07:25:00 AM Clem said... Windows Xp Cannot Connect To Internet Using Http Https Or Ftp AFter they have me follow a few instructions we restart the computer and we can log on to the internet. Back to top #10 degas degas Topic Starter Members 10 posts OFFLINE Local time:12:15 PM Posted 22 December 2011 - 07:54 AM Try WinSock XP Fix from hereI have used

Thank you so much.

Thanks a lot! DESKTOP HAS CONNECTION!!!!!!! I've tried numerous fixes the past 2 days but still can't connect to the internet with the PC. Windows Xp Can't Connect To Internet Ethernet Click Start 9.

I guess I just have to be happy with that.Thanks! Thank you for taking the time to do this for us. the .txt file. this content Thanks.

Basically, all you have to do is download one of the below scripts: - If you are running Windows 32-bit, download this: Internet Explorer 7/8/9 repair script for Win32 - If Wed Nov 28, 05:51:00 AM Anonymous said... Why is that? I was on the internet straight away hope this helps someone, I was struggling with this for a few days.

It is one of the worlds best anti-malware programs and you should keep it: http://www.superantispyware.com/ Edited by ePost, 10 January 2009 - 04:23 PM. Option 3 worked. Solution 1 (by Microsoft) The problem is perfectly described on a support page entitled "Internet Explorer opens, flashes, and then closes immediately when you start it". Of course I did a registry backup and set a restore point first.

Thanks for pointing out Option 3, you saved me some time. Try reinstalling the modem device driver. I have WinXP (32 bits) and none of the three solutions worked separately. thank you!

This makes it very inconvienient, becasue i need to restart the computer to go on the internet, and I want it to work, so i do not need to go through http://Jerryscomputerrepair.com Thu Dec 11, 05:11:00 AM Paul Quay said... Jun 28, 2006 #4 confused001 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 135 Okay tipstir, This problem is only isolated to my windows xp, I Am currently dual booting with windows ME. Mon Jan 13, 06:52:00 PM Psp.

Why did a reference in the registry to a non-existent file cause the computer's networking capabilities to not work? So the first solution is to reset Internet Explorer to its default settings. I did not want Windows Vista. Already have an account?

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