I have an old (10 years) computer which I have had to reinstall Windows XP on.This was done using the original installation disc. To use this disc I had to reformat the hard drive. The computer is now running XP again. The original installation disc was of course also 10 years old so the version of XP was up to SP2 only. I have now managed to upgrade to SP3. I Know that using this computer on the internet is risky however I would like to be able to do so occassionally for short periods of time. I have a wireless connection to my home network router and this works as I can connect to my Epson XP-620 printer satisfactorilly. My problem is that I cannot connect to the internet. Such action appears to be blocked by the built in version of Windows Internet Explorer (Version 6) which will not me any access to either upgrade to version 11 or use Google Chrome (My preferred option). I keep getting "page unobtainable" messages and suggestions on how to fix none of which seem to work. Programs such as AVG Antivirus (also installed) do access the internet automatically and update every day so this kind of access is possible, but I cannot personally browse. Can anyone help me with this problem? Sorry to be so long winded but it is quite a complicated situation and I wanted to make it as clear as possible.