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Will give that a shot Mac
If that doesn't work then I guess I got a new door stopper.

Thanks to all for your help.
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I hope this works out MrsRed. If it doesn't, can you get the Mac to an Apple store? Take it in to the Genius Bar and let them have a look. It is POSSIBLE that you have a hardware issue of some sort, although unlikely.

No matter what, your Mac would be a fairly expensive door stopper! Better to to have a real expert shake it down if nothing else works.

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I really feel this is some sort of Network issue since the only complaints I have read here are Browsers and having to click URL's many times for them to go in. Could you open System Preferences, Network and click on Ethernet and do a Screen Shot of the Settings on the TCP/IP tab? Hold Command-Shift-3 for s full screenshot or Command-Shift-4 then point at that window and hit Space and then click for a screenshot of just that Network window.
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I hope this is what you mean
Tried the shutting router & modem off no help.

Not sure how to get the screen shot in here
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I hope this is what you mean
Tried the shutting router & modem off no help.

Not sure how to get the screen shot in here
When leaving a message open Advanced and click on attach and point to it and click upload. If it does not take it, open it in preview and save it and turn the quality slider down. It will then take it as a .JPG. Save it as a JPG. Almost forgot that.
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I am not to sure that I am doing this right so please bear with me ok.
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sorry can't get the attachment to work nothing is coming up. Under networks it says that my internet is working fine.
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No Norton's here

The only thing that is running is my activity monitor.

Could it be my firewall.?? I just have the one that came with my Mac.
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I finally figured out wht the problem was. It was my router. I hooked it up direct & all is well with the world again.

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I finally figured out wht the problem was. It was my router. I hooked it up direct & all is well with the world again.

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What router is this again? It might just be a setting.
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Not to good with setting on this thing.

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