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Browsers connection problem

post #1 of 4
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Hello,

I have a notebook with WindowsXP Pro. The notebook has the following network connections: a wireless, a modem, and an ADSL. In general the ADSL connection should be used to connect to the internet.
I can connect to the ADSL provider and I can ping any site and use ftp from a command window. But unfortunately I can not load any page in any browser. It seems - from browser point of view - as there were no connection.

What should I check / setup?

Thanks!
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post #2 of 4
This sounds like you havent Registered with an ISP and dont have an I.P/Mac address to connect to to with. Do you have an actual Internet Connection?.

Disregard What i said Above..Are you running through a Router?. As if you are and theres not a Default gateway on that Router then it is able to Reach the Internet.
post #3 of 4
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Hello,

I use no router. As I wrote I can connect to any ftp server from the command window and ping works fine too. If I check the network with ipconfig I can see that I got an IP. I completly switched off the firewall too.
But the Expolrer and Firefox can't load any page.
It is interesting if I enable the wireless connection than I can browse the net. (Note: In this case the notebook finds one of my neighbour wifi router)

Any more idea?
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160GB Intel G2 SSD, 640GB WD HDD Asus Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit Dell 2408 WFP 
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Corsair VX450 Gigabyte Triton 
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Q9450 Gigabyte EP35C-DS3R Gigabyte 9600GT 4x2GB Kingmax DDR2 800MHz 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
160GB Intel G2 SSD, 640GB WD HDD Asus Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit Dell 2408 WFP 
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Corsair VX450 Gigabyte Triton 
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post #4 of 4
Have you Tried Rnewing your Ip ? Also Try Uninstalling IE6 and re-install it..Just a thought.
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