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Old 19th November 2006, 09:08 AM
ilcarlos Offline
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It works,
I couldn't browse before but this really help me, and was so simple

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Originally Posted by handy
If you can't access the web through Firefox, though you know you have an internet connection via your modem/router try the following:

Enter about:config in Firefox's address field.

Enter ipv6 in the new Filter: field.

Double click on the line left in the display window to change it's boolean value to true.

Restart Firefox.

& that should be that...
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