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connecting to 1.0.0.0

By cupcake ·
Help i am going crazy, my isp tells me its ie, then tells me its norton, ?????

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What exactly is the question?

by Churdoo In reply to connecting to 1.0.0.0
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connecting to 1.0.0.0

by cupcake In reply to What exactly is the quest ...

when i try to bring up a web page it keeps going into "connecting to 1.0.0.0" in the bottom left hand corner of the screen and then gives a cannot connect error. my isp tells me it internet explorer or my norton.

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Set a different home page

by Churdoo In reply to connecting to 1.0.0.0

Get to your Control Panel / Internet Options / and at the top of the General tab is a section identified as Home Page. Delete whatever is in that box and enter in http://www.google.com and hit OK; then try IE again.

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Sounds like

by NetMan1958 In reply to connecting to 1.0.0.0

It's trying to connect to a proxy server. Check the LAN settings on the connections tab on the internet options page. Make sure you don't have a proxy server listed and I always uncheck any auto detection.

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If you are using Vista try this

by Jacky Howe In reply to connecting to 1.0.0.0

Click Start and go to Control Panel.
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Click on <i>Network and Sharing Center</i>
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Click <i>Manage Network Connections.</i>
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Right click on <i>Local Area Connection</i> and choose <i>Properties.</i>
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Untick the box for the IPv6 protocol
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Now see if you can go surfing
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If it is XP try this.
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Open Internet Explorer and select Tools make sure that the <b>work off line</b> is not ticked. Also go to Internet Options, Connections, Lan settings and make sure that only the <b>automatically detect settings</b> box is ticked if you are obtaining and IP Address. Check that <b>Proxy server.</b> is not ticked. Also make sure that <b>never dial a connection</b> has a tick.
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