It's NOT normal. when a solution is found. thanks. Helpful +2 Report Oahu Mar 23, 2010 at 10:12 AM Unchecking the "Automatically detect settings" in the LAN settings button on the Connections tab of the Internet Explorer options worked for http://anyforgeek.com/can-t-access/can-t-access-hotmail-in-internet-explorer.html
Any suggestions gratefully accepted. But I also have a pc running basic and have had no problems with it.......... That's maybe two or three updates ago. Did you install a Flash Player update. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-71955-ie-8-cannot-access-any-internet-web-pages
I guess they wanted everybody to have the latest version. What ever you feel comfortable with. you are running the latest version). * Remove Firefox from your program's list of trusted or recognized programs. If not, please close.
Your tip was right on the money! After that, try to open http://localhost Worked for me and it's really weird! :) Report Mandi L- Jun 2, 2010 at 09:53 PM Thanks so much!! Report Mark1958- Jan 2, 2010 at 06:34 AM Thanks for the suggestion, Matt. A good deep scan > disconnect PC from your modem or router > safe mode and run Norton or other scanner.
I can send/receive email and connect via FTP. Firefox used to work ok. Heck, even this guy who had the problem had to redo the whole networking to fix the problem: http://forum1.netgear.com/showthread.php?p=194754 (and he was using a, surprise, netgear router). http://newwikipost.org/topic/TGv0uMZ0FeR4XePaJ5QaDpTtEIgQ4YIP/No-Internet-Access-With-Firefox.html For being such a big well known and used site you'd think it would be able to stay connected to the web.
Forum works just like this one. Cancel Subscribe to feed Question details Product Firefox Topic Download, install and migration System Details Windows 7 Firefox 23.0 More system details Additional System Details Installed Plug-ins Shockwave Flash 12.0 I'll do without. I was trying to help Dennis with IE Open/Close issue and Flash Player issue.
Some of these features are already implemented in most of the browsers, others are partially implemented, others are not implemented at all. We can't reproduce this problem in our internal testing environments here (except for the IE6 case), so we may need some help to figure out what the key is! Thanks. I think the problem was because Norton did not get removed completely from the system and it was causing the browsers to malfunction.
Further information: W3C Spec - MSDN Run the demo. this content harrydbrownjr 0 solutions 2 answers Posted 10/18/10, 8:45 AM The problem is that Windows Vista and Windows 7 treat all IP addresses as IPv6 so your PAC file will fail unless Reply Giorgio Sardo [MSFT] says: December 16, 2009 at 4:16 pm I believe the answer to your question (Do other browser support these standards?) is "It Depends". Comment 8 leroyleroy_2000 2009-07-14 17:06:17 PDT I just wanted to report that while I was looking online for more information regarding css rendering bugs, I found a link to a "test
It put an end to a very long afternoon for me. It's not fair to praise a browser without comparing with alternatives. Save it , close everything that could use Flash such as browsers , PSI (there is a list of possible programmes you should "quit" on the Adobe website , where it weblink mozilla Ask a question Sign In English Search Home Support Forum Firefox Internet connection works but Firefox ...
Thanks. Guess I have to roll back. Not sure why Chrome isn't working, but I'll try to re-re-install.
Firefox doesn't ask the router itself for a DNS resolution, it asks windows and windows asks the router. The tcp/ip fix was the one I needed! Isn't that what a browser is supposed to do? I have tried down loading the update to my downloads but I don't know how to get it installed into the AVG, it says that it is a bin file, whatever
Please note that opinions expressed here are not of Secunia but solely reflect those of the user who wrote it. I can't imagine what software on my machine possibly would be different than the people at mibbit. You should give the new version 3.5 permission to access the internet. check over here Go to add/remove & U will find Adobe have installed a Download Manager - Just remove it. -- Maurice HP Intel Pentium 4 Windows XP Home SP3 IE8 __________________________________________________ _______________ Regards