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FireFox 2.0

Discussion in 'Windows - Software discussion' started by DJchemist, Jan 6, 2007.

  1. DJchemist

    DJchemist Regular member

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    dont know if there is a firefox thread around.. so im gonna post this problem here. if there is , someone please send em a link

    anyways back to the problem,
    to any canadian users, im runinng Bell sympatico Highspeed
    and Windows XP edited by ddp
    the problem is thus:
    my internet will randomly disconnect untill i restart the computer.
    im not sure if it has to do with my FireFox 2.0, or not, but any help would be appriecited(sp)
     
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  2. ddp

    ddp Moderator Staff Member

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    does it do it in ie at all? post edited
     
  3. DJchemist

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    actualy.. i;ve now discoverd it dosn't need a brower to shut off... i don't know whats going on. its not my comp, im trying to help out a friend.

    he said it will just shut off randomly, but still needs a re-start in order to re-enable. i asked him many times for virus' n such.. but he said he scans reguarly with AVG i believe(along with up-to-date deffs.)

    thanks for your intrest tho !
     
  4. basquiat

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    ddp has his own windows xp edit?
     
  5. ashwin18

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    LOL, I'd like to know that too...
     
  6. DJchemist

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    lol no noooo
    he Edited what i had posted .. it said something i guess i shouldn't have..but i didn't know ^_^..u know.. illegal stuffs.
     
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    Yeah, we already know that. We were trying to be extremely sarcastic.
     
  8. DJchemist

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    -_-, my stupidity is at ur laughter... lol my bad
     
  9. ddp

    ddp Moderator Staff Member

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    DJchemist, teach & learn from another fellow canadian
     
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    I never said that you were stupid, neither did anyone else.

    Back on topic, do you use a Dial-Up connection by any chance? I've had that problem with a dial-up connection (in fact, I have that problem only with a dial-up connection).

    If yes, then it's probably a problem with your phone line. That's one of the reasons that I switched over 2 years ago :)
     
  11. DJchemist

    DJchemist Regular member

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    haha sa'll good was just making a joke about it

    no dial up
    Bell Highspeed = DSL i believe... either way...no dial up :p


    Btw.. Canadians RULE =D

    how long before it will change from newbie to somehting else... like what # of posts ?
     
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  12. ddp

    ddp Moderator Staff Member

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    when i post this, you were already a junior member.
    Newbie to Junior Member -- 25 posts
    Junior Member to Member -- 100 posts
    Member to Senior Member -- 500 posts
    Senior Member to Addict -- 2500 posts
    anyone to Moderator -- determination and bribes to admins
    anyone to Admin -- decent six-figure (euros or dollars, they are not picky) lump sum to AfterDawn's Swiss bank account

    Also,posts made in the safety valve do not count.


     
  13. DJchemist

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    Thanks mate =D
     
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    no problem, teach & learn
     

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