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Laptop internet probleam... PLEASE HELP!


haaz441

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Hi i have recently decided to reset my computer so i deleted my and my sisters accounts and took over my dads as administrator, i deleted loads of stuff that was useless like old games and pictures... and then wanted to go on the internet and although it says i have internet when i open it, it loads for about 30 seconds then says cannot display webpage, i have a sony vaio and im running window vista home premium also i now have bt infinity.broardband wireless i dont know if that would affect it but im sure it used to work with infinty wireless!! When i go onto the network settings i am connected to the internet but there is a cross between the network and the internet. Please help me, thanks

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difarn

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Have you tried connecting via ethernet? Go onto the Home Hub page and click on A-Z. Navigate to Wireless Connections Enable or disable. Change the wireless interface type to 802.11 b/g. Try changing the wireless channel on your router by going onto your router's admin pages - channels 1, 6 and 11 are usually the most efficient.

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