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Has any seen an a problem where after going from Leopard to Snow Leopard where they can't browse?

I am connected to the the network, I can get good IP, ping.

I did a manual installation of the software update that I got on my macbook, but that did nothing

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Has any seen an a problem where after going from Leopard to Snow Leopard where they can't browse?

I am connected to the the network, I can get good IP, ping.

I did a manual installation of the software update that I got on my macbook, but that did nothing

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Did you try another browser?

You might try this if using Safari: highlight it in the Applications folder, hit Command+I, and select open in 32-bit mode.
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Just tried that, and it didn't help. I tried both Safari and Firefox.

Looking into it further, Adium doesn't even try to connect, unable to receive email and all other internet applications don't connect.

Also, when I scan for networks and find an open one, I can't connect to those either when I was able to on Leopard.
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Just tried that, and it didn't help. I tried both Safari and Firefox.

Looking into it further, Adium doesn't even try to connect, unable to receive email and all other internet applications don't connect.

Also, when I scan for networks and find an open one, I can't connect to those either when I was able to on Leopard.
How about trying a clean install then? Just pop the install disc in, restart, and hold down the C key and run Disk Utility to erase the hard drive and then install Snow Leopard.

If you can, back up un-backed up files.
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