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DSL and listening to audio on the internet

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by [email protected], Feb 12, 2007.

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    I hope this is not too off topic (I asked the question in a DSL
    forum,but the forum is rather dead),but a couple weeks ago I asked
    this same type of question, but how I presented the original problem
    is now presented differently. I listen to radio stations on the
    internet, and for the past two weeks after I listen I cannot connect
    to a web page. I can still listen even though Interent Explorer says
    it cannot find the web page. It seems as if I can still receive, but I
    cannot send a request. I have contacted my service provider, and they
    cannot figure it out. It seems as if we are still connected to the net
    (checked connections and a dialog box says we are still connected). I
    cannot figure out if it is a browser problem or a DSL problem. I have
    tried using Itunes, Real Audio player,and Windows media player, and
    same thing still happens. Eventually we can bring up a web page by
    turning DSL on and off, and connecting and discontecting the cables,
    but are not sure if these actions solve the problem or the problem
    solves itself. At first in my orginal post I thought it had something
    to do with my audio cable,but that does seem to be the problem. I have
    listened on the net for over a year with no problem. Anyone have any
    suggestions? I am also considering a virus.


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