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Old September 5th 03, 03:29 AM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Robin Goodfellow
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Which programs, is it only internet explorer that doesn't seem to be working
or does messenger definatley not work too. If it is only the browser that
isn't working he might have the wrong DNS servers setup for his internet

"Dan Manley" wrote in message
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My friend has a computer running ME. He can connect to the net and he can
ping my computer but when ever he opens a program, internet explorer,
messenger they dont see the connection. This has only started happening
recently. Does anybody know what is wrong?

Thanks for your time



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