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why does my IE browser keep going back to "working off line"

Posted on 2009-04-23
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ISP says it is because I have it check marked in the browser but that isn't the case.  Everytime I uncheck it, it many times defaults back to "work offline" and it actually keeps me offline.  
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What opperateing system are you useing?
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Windows XP.  I might have found a solution.  I "googled" it enough to where I found a registry change and made that change.  So far it hasn't reverted back again.
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