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    What to do if I get an Error 678 or 769 when I connect to internet with Microsoft Internet Explorer?

    I recently went for Windows XP SP2 upgrade in my business laptop and suddenly the internet is not working properly, when I try to connect to the internet from Microsoft Internet Explorer it shows some Error with 678 or sometime 769 code, what does this mean? Is it a problem with the upgrade or I have to check with my PC?



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    memili2007 Array
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    Re: What to do if I get an Error 678 or 769 when I connect to internet with Microsoft Internet Explorer?

    Dear Friend,s

    If you dial an incorrect number, this may lead to a Error with 678 or sometime 769 code.

    To avoid such errors you are recommended to focus on below points.
    Dial the number correctly.

    Modems like 56K that occupies the phone line while using it, there are chances that the other device connected may be using the same line and you will receive an error when you try to dial a connection.You need to check these errors and confirm it that no other device is using the line. so you should have few or no other devices in use.

    Make sure that the cable that are in use should not be faulty cables because such kind of cables work for some time and then stop working which can lead to connection failure and lastly if your Internet service provider is not working properly you are supposed to call your ISP and they will resolve the problem.

    All the best….

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    visu Array
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    Re: What to do if I get an Error 678 or 769 when I connect to internet with Microsoft Internet Explorer?


    FIX THE Error 678 or 769

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    mihirthakore Array
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    Re: What to do if I get an Error 678 or 769 when I connect to internet with Microsoft Internet Explorer?

    HI,


    Follow the simple steps if get error 678 or 769 they are as follows -

    1)Make Sure The Network Cable Of Your PC Is Plugged In.

    2)Re-Install The Modem Drivers On Your PC
    To do this, you should follow the steps here-


    • Click “Start > Control Panel > Device Manager“
    • Locate your network adapter drivers
    • Right-Click and select “Uninstall Driver”
    • Restart your PC
    • Allow the driver to re-install itself

    3)Clean Out The Registry Of Windows

    Thats it your query will be solved...

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