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Broadband Internet Problems Solved

A broadband Internet connection is becoming more of a necessity and less of a luxury, if you want to get the most from your PC. Your connection may work perfectly for months, but when problems do occur they can be difficult to fix. Phoning Internet Service Provider (ISP) helplines can often prove frustrating and time consuming. Very often the level of support offered by ISPs leaves a lot to be desired, which can lead to the user being left without an active broadband connection. For this reason, The Windows Advisor presents this in-depth guide to fixing and tweaking high-speed Internet connections. The information in this article will help you to identify where the problem lies and offers some step-by-step guides to troubleshooting techniques. Well cover pinging other computers, re-installing modems, updating drivers and tweaking the Windows registry so you can solve a wide range of broadband-based problems.

Category: Internet & Security
Issue: 2005 Issue 8 December/January
Operating Systems: XP
Article Reference: B20

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