I have continued looking for a solution and I found several references to
Zone Alarm. I have replaced Zone Alarm with Comodo.
Although it may still be to early to tell, but so far I haven't had any
problems with either IE 7 or Firefox.
"Arge" <bigbc37@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Unchecking the TCP/IP v6 appeared to help, but hasn't. I don't have the
> problem as often as I did, but I am still experiencing it. I do find it
> occurs more frequently in FireFox than it does in IE.
> I have contacted Mircrosoft about it and if I receive a response that has
> merit, I will share it.
> "Bob Henson" <news@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> Mick Murphy wrote:
>>> Things to try.
>>> 1. Check for updated Vista compatible Firmware for your Router from its
>>> 2. Check for the latest Network Adaptor drivers.
>>> 3. In your Network Connection>Right-click on
>>> it>Properties>Unbind(untick) TCP/IPv6
>> I've done all those, so now it's a question of waiting to see what
>> happens. It looks like the firmware update might well be useful for other
>> things, judging by the "new features" section. So far I can't reconnect
>> my Windows Mobile phone - but no doubt I'll crack that soon, my laptop
>> joins the network just fine, so there can't be much different.
>> Out of curiosity, why does disabling the latest TCP/IP help? Is there a
>> problem with v6?
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