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Question by tu madre: how to get internet on your laptop? ?
i have a computer and i want to get a laptop. How does the internet work? Do i have to pay money for the internet on my laptop? How does it work?

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Answer by Thak95
js get a wireless modem

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Extremely bouncy internet speed?

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Ok, I'm living upstairs in my house using a Netgear Powerline 85 Adapter Kit for my internet, it is made for up to 85mbps speed. Everyone in my house gets around 2.75mbps, including me. About half the time my internet speed drops to about .15mbps and I can't see a pattern. Does anyone know what this could be? I'll be happy to provide any information you feel is relevant.

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Answer by Antonorom
Consult a technnician

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Who here thinks the internet is reaching into every facet of our lives?

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Question by kjsmalls2730: Who here thinks the internet is reaching into every facet of our lives?
And why do you think that is? And do you think that may backfire on us in the longrun?

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Answer by JimmyR.com
yes

becuase it gives me money and money effects me in every way

maybe, but I know for a fact people will continue to use computers, and there will be more networks if it eventually is exausted

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Wii Internet Error Code 52130???

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Question by Jacob S: Wii Internet Error Code 52130???
I have tried consulting support.nintendo.com and the wii owner's manual. I know the error code has something to do with my router's firewall but i don't know how to fix it. Please help me!!!!!

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Answer by m.begur
it means your internet has crashed your wii and messed up you wii internet and possibly your wii

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I lost my internet connection after every few minutes of surfing?

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Question by bryan: I lost my internet connection after every few minutes of surfing?
Help me... whenever I surf after a few minutes i lost my internet connection. I manage to put it back by dis-enabling the internet connection and enabling it again. but i cant always do that. it takes time and it really bugs me off... any ideas to help me?

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Answer by Jh
well the sites it does not let you browse may be on the danger or blocked list or contain moliscios code and your anti-virus doesn't acept it

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Internet solution help abroad please?

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Question by Jim E: Internet solution help abroad please?
Hi.
Im going to be going France (Paris) for a few days and my hotel doesn't have wifi.
Is there a wifi dongle i can buy which isn't on contract ?
Im from the UK.
Thanks.

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Answer by Ak3la
The wi-fi isn't "in" the dongle; the dongle is just an antenna (a transceiver) that allows the computer to connect to an existing network. If the network isn't available, then a dongle won't help.

Imagine that you are instead going to, I don't know, someplace that is out of range of any radio signal. The jungles of Brazil, maybe. You have been told by your hosts that the huts "don't have radio", so you plan to bring your own antenna. Do you see the disconnect now? If there is no signal to catch, then a signal catcher is useless.

However, I may be interpreting your situation too narrowly. Your hotel has informed you that there is no wi-fi *in the hotel*, but that doesn't mean that there isn't any *in Paris*. If there is wi-fi available -- true, IEEE 802.11 "wi-fi" -- then any wi-fi dongle will work. For example, I frequently go to a sports bar near where I work, and they offer free wi-fi. I can bring my wi-fi-equipped PDA with me and check the weather, read some headlines, whatever while I wait for my lunch. Because the restaurant offers this as a free service for its customers, I can do this whenever I am near enough to pick up their signal.

I am also aware that a well-known fast-food chain (I am in the United States) offers wi-fi signals in its restaurants, but you must pay to use it. If I try to browse to any web site while connected to their signal, all I get is a page asking for my credit card information so that I can purchase some access time. It is still the same "wi-fi" signal, but it leads only to a portal that requires a paid account in order to get to the internet on the other side.

You may find the same situation in Paris. The local bistro might have wi-fi available, but it may or not be free to use. Communications technology -- from cell phones to the internet -- is used differently by Europeans than by Americans, and their expectations of how (and how much) to pay for the services also differ from ours. I am not well familiar with the situation in the UK, but I suspect that your services and pricing models are more closely aligned with those on the Continent than here in America. There is not necessarily a "contract" for the service, but the local provider may require payment through some other means.

I recognize too that I might be misunderstanding your use of the expression "on contract" with regard to the wi-fi dongle. Wi-fi is generally implemented as a relatively short-range signal: I've never encountered a "hot spot" that could be reached from more than 30 meters or so, and usually 20 meters is the maximum. You have to be close to the router in order to use the network. Some cell phone providers do offer devices that can allow laptops to connect to the internet via the same radio network that their phones use, vastly increasing your ability to use the internet in remote areas, or while in motion (from a train or airplane, for example). Using such a device generally *does* require the same type of "contract" as one would obtain with a cell phone, but this service is not "wi-fi", it is a different type of wireless signal, usually called "wireless broadband" or "roaming broadband" here in the States.

So your first step is to identify which type of network connection you want, or at least, which will be available. I can't imagine wireless broadband being available without a contract, since it is the cell phone company that actually makes and sells (or leases) the devices, and their networks are private and proprietary. True wi-fi, on the other hand, is an open standard, and it may or may not be available for free (if at all) in any given location. Call the hotel or consult a travel agency to see what nearby establishments *do* provide wi-fi "hot spots", and whether or not they charge for the use. Short of that, look for any "internet cafe's" or possibly, if you just need access and don't care if it is on your own computer, the library.

I hope that this was helpful, and that I didn't muddy the waters too much by trying to second-guess your confusing (to me) use of the terminology. Enjoy Paris: if you are on the Left Bank, look for a small alley called Rue Cler (maybe 1/2 km from the Tower) where we found an amazing cheese shop and other excellent street vendors!

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Internet Connectivity Issue?

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Question by joncavyls: Internet Connectivity Issue?
Okay, so quick and clean:

New computer:
- Vista 64 bit
- 4 GB RAM, AMD Phenom
- Connecting using Linksys Router

I can connect the internet with Internet Explorer, Limewire, and AIM no problem. However, trying to run Winamp Remote, Diablo II online, and EA download manager all say that I'm not connected to the internet, but I AM. Please help me make them all work.

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Answer by jasonvdklooster
Ensure your firewall/security suite is allowing access to those applications and double check , it again contrl panel > security > firewall > exceptions ..
Beyond that port forwarding is required via your router/modem

for specifics on your router consult www.portforward.com
and choose "guides by router"
"Diablo II: Allow port 6112 TCP out and allow established sessions in. Allow port 4000 TCP out "

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I have dial up internet. Why does it say my connection is 50 kbps?

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Question by basketball25: I have dial up internet. Why does it say my connection is 50 kbps?
In reality, it seems like the connection is about 5 or 7 kbps. I know for sure that when I download something it is no faster than that. Most pages take forever and I do not think it is going at 50 kbps. So why does it say that?
Believe me, if High speed were available in my area, I would get it

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Answer by hardhittertennis
It may be the minimum your computer can read at since most people have cable. But really get cable, it is so worth the extra money!

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My internet is slower than before. Plz Help me!!?

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Question by Anonymous2010: My internet is slower than before. Plz Help me!!?
Hi guys, normally i download 450 KB/ps. But I defragmented my computer with a program called: Tuneup Utilitis 2009, and since than I download everything at 80 KB/ps. And I want to download like earlier.
Can anyone tell me what to do or tell me how I can change some internet settings so I can download faster??
I live in Netherlands and I have a family adsl. 20 mb/ps,

Tnx already guys.

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Answer by Tiara
You may have too many things running at the same time. Log off of everything...even your profile. Then log back on. See if that helps. And also you may have downloading some things...if so then that will make your computer run a lot slower. Try clearing up some the space on your computer

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