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my computer sometime can use internet some time can not use

Posted on 2013-06-21
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my friend computer near me can use stable no problem How can i known it come from virus or my land card is not work   I try to ping it no package loss
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Not sure Iam folowing you, he can not connect to a network? Elaborate a little bit more an we can help you!
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As you may know there can be many causes. Download and install the Chrome browser to your computer and use this browser to go to the internet.
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