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A possible solution for link problems


I use both United Online Internet Service Providers (Juno 5.0 and NetZero). NetZero works fine, but they only give me 10 hours per month of Free Internet Service. So, I use Juno to make up the difference of about 25 hours per month. Juno is giving me problems. I log on real well but whenever I click on a link, the page comes up and then I get disconnected. So, I have to click on "Connect". After I get back up, I click on the next link, get the page to load and then get disconnected again. I continue to perform the same routine until I'm done surfing.(I had to reconnect 3 times to get to this page to write this email). I've tried setting the modem settings EVERY POSSIBLE WAY but I continue to get disconnected with EVERY CLICK in Juno. NetZero works fine with the same modem settings that I get disconnected with in Juno. I tried re-installing Juno through NetZero but it still didn't help. What can I do? Oh, by the way, I used Bluelight Free Internet Service for 2 years with no problem either. ---Signed, the valley's cheapskate surfer


This question was answered on October 1, 2002. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.


Try these steps:

1 connect to the web.

2 go back to Juno and select the link with your mouse.

3 click on the edit menu and select "Copy"

4 go back to your web browser.

5 select the adress currently in the adress or location bar.

6 click on the browers edit menu and select paste

7 press enter

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Posted by Dan of Mesa Community College on October 1, 2002