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Cannot surf the web without continually disconnecting and reconnecting

From the time I first turned on my new computer with Vista, I have had trouble connecting to the Internet.
I have to let the computer connect, then manually disconnect and reconnect.
I can then access two, maybe three, web sites before I get a message
that "Internet Explorer cannot display the web page." If I click Diagnose Connection Problems, there is never anything wrong with the connection.
Then I have to manually disconnect and reconnect, even though my status is Access: Local & Internet.
There is
nothing wrong with my connection - I have another computer running Windows Xp that connects without a problem.
I thought maybe it was an IE problem so I downloaded Firefox, but there was no difference.
I started researching the problem and found out that SP2
addresses Internet problems.
I downloaded it and installed it and like a miracle, everything started working like it should - no more disconnect / connect every three or four web sites, no more disconnect / connect every time I leave the computer long enough
for it to go to sleep mode.
Life was good.
Then I got annoyed with Firefox trying to take over certain web sites and decided to uninstall it.
And like a miracle gone bad, the problem came back.
Let me say again, the problem is not with my modem or Internet
connection - my other computer connects just fine.
What can I do to resolve this problem?

I have a wireless dsl modem and an hp hdx 16 computer.

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From the time I first turned on my new computer with Vista, I have had trouble connecting to the Internet.
I have to let the computer connect, then manually disconnect and reconnect.
I can then access two, maybe three, web sites before I get a message
that "Internet Explorer cannot display the web page." If I click Diagnose Connection Problems, there is never anything wrong with the connection.

Unfortunately that only tests your connectivity to certain specific sites, not the ones that you are having problems with.

Then I have to manually disconnect and reconnect, even though my status is Access: Local & Internet.
What else have you tried then?
There is nothing wrong with my connection - I have another computer running Windows Xp that connects without a problem.
I thought maybe it was an IE problem so I downloaded Firefox, but there was no difference.
I started researching the problem
and found out that SP2 addresses Internet problems.
I downloaded it and installed it and like a miracle, everything started working like it should - no more disconnect / connect every three or four web sites, no more disconnect / connect every time I leave
the computer long enough for it to go to sleep mode.
Life was good.
Then I got annoyed with Firefox trying to take over certain web sites and decided to uninstall it.
And like a miracle gone bad, the problem came back.
Let me say again, the problem is not
with my modem or Internet connection - my other computer connects just fine.
What can I do to resolve this problem?

Better diagnosis may help find a solution or at least a better workaround.

E.g.
you could start with the  DNS  lookup.  If it is too slow or if the problem site involves a secondary lookup for an alias that could explain your symptom and give you a better workaround.  For example, you could switch to a cmd window and do a  ping -n
1  with the name that you are using.   Note that you are doing the ping for its lookup, not for any expectation of getting an ICMP reply from that server.   If the ping's reverse lookup shows that an alias is involved you could ping -n 1 that name too.  That
could get both lookups cached in the dnscache.   Then you could use  ipconfig /displaydns  to see the TTL  (Time to Live)  for them and this could give you a proof that your lookup was not the issue for  IE.

Another way to get some diagnostics for your symptom would be to run  Fiddler2  and see what it says is happening with IE's requests.


I have a wireless dsl modem and an hp hdx 16 computer.

More important is the interface to the Internet and how lookups are done.   E.g.
if the interface appears to be a LAN then there could be different timing characteristics than if the interface appeared to be dial-up via PPPoE.   You can check that with  ipconfig
/all   Similarly, if the interface appears to be a LAN then your lookups may all be being done in your modem and so different timing characteristics occur with them too.   Again, Ipconfig /all can give you some details about that.  You can also get clues just
by entering  nslookup.

In any case I don't think that saying that your hardware works with XP or with Firefox under Vista is sufficient to say the problem is entirely IE8's.   ; )

Good luck

Robert Aldwinckle
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