First of all thanks for the tip on your vs you're (you are) I get it actually, was simply taking a shortcut, I know the difference. Speaking knowing things I guess I should be nice now that you are willing to help and I'll let you in on a little secret; Woah, is actually spelled Whoa!
Where in your post did you state that you called AT&T?
I did'nt, and didnt realize that somebody would assume that I didnt do that yet. My fault, but you posted a comment to simply point that out? What a waste of time. I did call them, they said it seems like outside trouble but when I called back again they said the the line was a poor connection but no reason not to connect, I think its always been a poor connection but always works.
Where in your post did you acknowledge that you read and heeded the big red Note that says:
Note: If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem.
I didnt realize there were so many rules, sorry!
Your OS, PC make and model, wired or wireless? Last time you tried a System Restore.
Vista, Dell Desktop-don't know the model, wired. Never tried a restore, the computer is less than a month old. It worked one night and then couldnt connect the next day and that next day it seemed like the computer was possessed with something that made explorer pop open in new screens forever until i stop it.