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OK, just out of curiosity try this. Control Panel --> Internet Options -->Connections Tab --> Lan Settings and select Automatically Detect Settings

May work, or it may not, if not let me know.

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Sorry Paladine it didn't work. At the bottom of th window when I open Internet Explorer I get this line : res://C:\WINNT/system32\shdoclc.dll/dnserrror.htm....
Dunno if that is helpful or not but I guess it's better then nothing.
Any more ideas would be appreciated.

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OK, are you using a firewall? Hardware or software?

Did you reboot and retry after doing what I initially suggested?

Did you try typing in an address (not the home page set for IE) and was it the same result?

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OK, are you using a firewall? Hardware or software?

Did you reboot and retry after doing what I initially suggested?

Did you try typing in an address (not the home page set for IE) and was it the same result?

Oh man, the answer was right under my nose and I didn't even realize it, duhhhhhhh!!!!

Thanks a lot Paladine, it was my firewall that was not allowing access to IE. Good looking out. Thanks again.:)

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