IE9 showing that the Computer is connected to the Internet


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    Windows 7 Home Premiumx64
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    IE9 showing that the Computer is connected to the Internet


    Basically as the title states is that IE9 is stating that I am not connected to the Internet. The computer is an HP Pavilion dv6. I am trying to install updates but the Windows Update is giving me the 64c and 9c65 error codes. Before the computer wouldn't even say that it was connected to the internet, but was connected to the router. I went into the options and it was trying to connect to a certain DNS server but I had changed it to automatically find one for me. Then it was saying that I was connected to the Internet but IE9 still wouldn't display the webpage. Please Help. :)
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    Winndows 7 32 bit
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    TechNationESD said:
    Basically as the title states is that IE9 is stating that I am not connected to the Internet. The computer is an HP Pavilion dv6. I am trying to install updates but the Windows Update is giving me the 64c and 9c65 error codes. Before the computer wouldn't even say that it was connected to the internet, but was connected to the router. I went into the options and it was trying to connect to a certain DNS server but I had changed it to automatically find one for me. Then it was saying that I was connected to the Internet but IE9 still wouldn't display the webpage. Please Help. :)
    Hi TechNationESD,

    Welcome to Seven forums.

    Please let us know if you have a HP or Dell system as your system specs are contradicting. Kindly update your system specs here by following this.

    Let us know if you are able to install update on the system. Check this link below if you are facing problems:

    Error 64C update KB953297 - Microsoft Community

    And have you tried repairing your Internet Explorer to check if it resolves the issue:

    Repair or reinstall Internet Explorer in Windows

    Keep us posted with the results so we can advise you further.
      My Computer


 

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