I can dial into my ISP, my computer tells me my connection is 44.5 then IE6 opens up and I wait for the indecator on the bottom (thats the one with the little green marks) to complete. It only gets as far as 4 little green dots then stops. What is wrong? I have re installed IE6 Ihave run the repair on Win XP all to ne avail can someone help it's driving me daft.
The op system is XP Pro The ISP is evesham.net The IE6 has been on the computer since it first came out, and has worked until last weekend.
I am using my other drive to get me on the net.
The setup is that I have 4 hard drives on my computer.
C:\ is the main one and is a 60 Gig D:\ is another drive of 8 Gig that I can switch over to on my BIOS boot up in case I ever loose the access to windows etc on C:\. this means that I can boot from this drive and then reach my latest data files so I don't loose them at this point.
E:\ is there for back ups of C:\My documents
F:\ is there for downloading things onto sutch as the latest drivers for printers etc. which can then be installed onto C:\ as & when needed After that you find CD & DVD drives
I have an old hard drive which has the same things on it and it gets me into Evesham and the pages load as normal. When I switch back to my proper hard drive with all my usual things on it I dial into the ISP and on loading or attempting to IE6 will go no further than the four green dots even after ten minutes. I therefore conclude that there must be a fault some ware on the C:\ drive that is stopping me opening the first page & subsequent pages on the net.