02-08-2009 11:28 PM
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02-09-2009 01:40 AM
02-09-2009 01:47 AM
You can try to flush your DNS and resetting the winsock.
1. Click Start > Run, type ipconfig /flushdns and click OK.
2. Click Start > Run, type cmd and click OK.
3. in the command prompt, type the following and press Enter after each line:
netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt [Enter]
netsh winsock reset [Enter]
You can also check your connectivity by starting your computer in Safe mode with Networking.
1. Restart your computer.
2. As soon as the computer starts, tap the F8 key about once per second until you see the Windows Advanced Options menu.
3. Use the arrow keys on the keyboard to select Safe Mode with Networking, and then press Enter.
4. Click Yes to proceed to Safe mode.
5. Check whether you are able to connect.
Let us know the results.
02-09-2009 02:01 AM
Sorry to hear about your problems.
First things first. Can you try to do a ping test to test for your internet connection. If you don't know how to do this, go to Start>Run>type cmd>press OK. Next, in the screen with the flashing mark, type ping, then a space, then type www.google.com. It should look like this: ...\USER>ping www.google.com. Then press <Enter>.
Please advise the result of this test, and what shows up on the screen.
02-09-2009 04:41 AM
This may be too basic, but, give it a try. Check the Windows Fiewall Settings found in Control Panel>Windows Firewall. Click on the Advanced Tab. At the very top of the dialog box are the Network Connection Settings. Make sure all items are "unchecked".
02-09-2009 08:49 AM
02-16-2009 11:18 PM
Moved BiffinCalif's post to a new thread of its own for better exposure.