How to turn Working Offline OFF ? Tags: How To Internet Windows Vista Last response: December 2, 2011 4:15 PM in Windows Vista Share TAD2011 December 2, 2011 11:41:36 AM Hello, ....and then access the internet? Using Wista Home Premium and can't get access. Tried ALT "f" and found the Working Offline - which was not ticked. Exited, restart nothing Tried ALT "F" ticked Working Offline - restart, Then ALT "F" and unticked - restart...nothing HELP!! More about : turn working offline hang-the-9 December 2, 2011 4:15:55 PM Is the issue with the browser being stuck in work offline, or maybe you don't actually have internet access on the computer? If you don't have access because of a router or network jack issue or something, trying to turn off Work Offline is about as useful as closing your eyes to avoid being seen by someone. Are you connected to a network? Start a DOS prompt form the Run menu (type in cmd), run the "ipconfig" command. Post what you get for IP, Default Gateway. Do you have other computers that work fine? Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumHow to turn Working Offline OFF ? ForumWindows 7 how to i turn off work offline ForumTurning off the working offline ForumHp officejet 6500 wireless printer offline , how get back to online? ForumMy printer is offline how can I get it online so I can print ForumWindows 7 Off-Line Update Method Question ForumOffline files turns off after I reboot computer ForumSteam games turn my computer off ForumOffline Files - Turns off on reboot ForumHP Printer Offline ForumPrinter offline ForumVirus protection turned off ForumWhy does my printer say its offline Forum[Solved] Vista busness 32 product key free ForumInspiron 1520 does turn on ForumHow can I open port 443? ForumHow to manually turn off hard disk? ForumHow to replace headphone pin jack on dell laptop ForumHow to restore internet explorer icon to the list of all programs ForumMicrophone not working More resources Read discussions in other Windows Vista categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security !