Unable to install programs because of connectivity issues

April 20, 2013 at 03:28:40
Specs: Windows XP
I can not install any programs because of poor connectivity. Every time I attempt to install a program; steam, chrome, yahoo messenger, I get a message that says I'm not connected to the internet. How can I fix this iisue?

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April 20, 2013 at 03:49:57
The obvious answer to that is to connect to the Internet,

Before anyone can help you with that we need to know what kind of Internet connection you have; modem, router model numbers.

Whether it is wireless, wired, DSL, cable or dial-up


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April 20, 2013 at 04:05:17
It means your connection to internet is not proper. I too has the same problem few week back. Well I do remember some of the steps that I did.. Though I don't remember all the steps but I hope you will be able to get your job done.
1. Use Microsoft Automated Troubleshooting Services tools
You may try Microsoft Automated Troubleshooting Services as a first step to diagnose and repair common network connectivity problems in Internet Explorer. You should run both troubleshooters to determine if your problem is resolved.
2. Open Internet Explorer, and try to access the Web page that causes network connectivity problems.
On the page that displays an Internet Explorer error message, click the Diagnose Connection Problems link.

I think you will be able to recover it. If you still face any issues with it, you call try going for an online tech support firm. I remember I went for Fixursystem.com. I hope they can solve your problem.

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April 20, 2013 at 04:29:48
You should check your internet connection.
Check the windows installer service.

a. Press windows key + R and type "services.msc" in the run box and press enter.

b. In services windows check for windows installer status.

c. If it is stopped, click on the drop down menu and click on automatic and click on start.

d, Check the status of the issue.

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