Posted 27 January 2008 - 10:29 AM
Here's some thoughts for you, on your connection
1 Make sure you are running only one anti virus (resident in memory) as if you have more than this they are likely to quarrel
2 This could be a firewall problem, so if you are operating from behind a hardware firewall ( within a router) then disable your two way software firewall and see if this does the trick. (a reboot may be necessary.)
3 Make sure your Windows firewall is not switched on, as well as a two way software firewall
4 What form of encryption are you using on your wireless broadcast signal?
5 Have you set up your machine with the correct WEP/WPA password?
6 Can you access the Internet using a different browser?
7 Can you access the internet non wirelessly?
8 Have you tried power cycling your router/ modem?
9 Is your wireless adapter card correctly installed, up to date drivers, and no yellow or red flags in Device Manager?
Let us know how you go: the make and model number of your Router/modems might help us help you.