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  1. Apple Mac OS 9 - TCP/IP configuration
    Open the TCP/IP Control Panel Click on the Apple menu - it is indicated by the multi-coloured Apple icon at the top left of your screen. On the list that appears, move your mouse pointer - also known...
    Date Updated: 15/02/2008
  2. BT Ireland Contact Numbers
    For RESIDENTIAL Customers   You can contact Customer Care on Freephone 1904 Opening hours  are Mon-Fri: 8am - 8pm Sat: 10am - 4pm Sundays & Bank Holidays: closed You can...
    Date Updated: 30/11/2009
  3. Our leased line (IP Line) connection is down
    If your IP Line goes down please check the following: Check that all cables are securely in their sockets Reboot the NTU (cream box) If this does not resolve your problem please take note of the...
    Date Updated: 11/12/2008
  4. Monitor Active Connections
    There is an application which comes preloaded with Windows called NetStat, which will display your current network activity.   There are some options you can use with this command, but the following...
    Date Updated: 15/02/2008
  5. Error Sending Attachments: error 0x800ccc19
    There are a number of reasons why you may receive the error 0x800ccc19 when sending an attachment. These include a combination of the speed of your connection, the size of the email you are sending...
    Date Updated: 12/02/2008
  6. Why are my username and password always rejected when I log on?
    There are a number of reasons why you may be unable to log on to BT Ireland or IOL because your username and/or password were rejected: Check the case of your password. Passwords are case-sensitive...
    Date Updated: 11/12/2008
  7. Spyware, Adware and Malware
    Spyware (also known as adware and malware) can install on your computer using a variety of methods, for instance if you view a web page that has malicious code, or through a virus which has infected...
    Date Updated: 23/04/2008
  8. Internet Explorer - Delete Temporary Files
    Every time you use Internet Explorer to navigate the World Wide Web it downloads temporary Internet files onto your computer's hard disk. These may be images, web pages, Internet addresses and...
    Date Updated: 15/02/2008
  9. What do the various error codes mean?
    Error 404: Page not found This is probably the most common error message you will encounter on the Web. But don't worry - there's nothing wrong with your computer or your software. You get the 404...
    Date Updated: 18/02/2008
  10. Spyware - Detection, Removal and Prevention
    What is spyware, adware and malware? Spyware (also known as adware and malware) can install on your computer using a variety of methods, for instance if you view a web page that has malicious code...
    Date Updated: 23/04/2008