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I'm running XP on an IBM Thinkpad. I installed iTunes, RealPlayer, and the Firefox MP3 plugin in succession yesterday, and restarted the computer. My wireless connection is still working and operating (it shows a strong signal), but none of the internet browsers nor iTunes will work now. I keep getting a "page not found" error message whenever I try to use them. I'm pretty sure it was the RealPlayer that changed one of the setup configurations, but all of the internet settings seem at least superficially in order. Help?
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Welcome to GeeksToGo, emmieg.
Try the simple things first.
Go to Start then Run. Type in cmd and press <Enter>. When the command line box appears type in ipconfig /flushdns, and press <enter>. This will clear your Resolve Cache.
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