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NETWORK SOCKET CONNECTION

By chalmers3025 ·
I keep getting a message that "Netscape was unable to create a network socket connection. There may be insufficient sytem resources or the network may be down." I uninstalled netscape and reinstalled it same problem. I removed the TCP and put it back along with the dial-up network. same problem. I just clear the machine of the Win32.hybris virus and can get netscape back up and running. I could internet explore but not netscape. Can anyone tell me what to do to get netscape backup and running or if I'm leaving a step out.

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by jim.schromm In reply to NETWORK SOCKET CONNECTION

Make sure that under Preferences, Advanced, Proxies, the radio button "Direct connection to the internet" is selected.

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by chalmers3025 In reply to NETWORK SOCKET CONNECTION

Thanks for the help but I checked under Perferences and the radio button direct connection is on. Anything else I might be missing

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