By Kathleen Atkins
As with sniffles and bad moods in a family, if one householder has computer trouble, most likely it will spread one way or another to her relatives.
Lounge member sylviesinc thought IE 9 was responsible for failed connections to websites when she checked in to the Internet Explorer forum for assistance. Soon, she was benchmarking DNS servers — and soon after that, her computer was working fine again.
But along the way, her husband’s laptop lost connection — whereupon her Lounge advisor offered tips by proxy for the husband’s machine. Follow the trail of solutions, one by one. More»
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