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Hello, I dont know what I did but I no longer can browse the internet. I can release and renew the ip also i can see the computers in my workgroup but I connot access a web page. Please help its driving me nuts.
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A good place to start is in Control Panel>Administrative Tools>Event Viewer and see what errors you may be getting. Double click an item to get a detailed description and let us know what you find.
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Under system errors im getting NetDDE and W32Time errors
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NetDDE and W32Time

Have you recently installed a firewall or any antivirus software or been connected to a router? These applications seem to be having trouble accessing the net too. How do you connect to the net?
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I connect using a router but the other pc on my network works totally fine
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all set thanks for the help
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Can you access the "home page" of the router with either machine and check to see if it is configured to block traffic to your machine in any way? And to see that your machine is a DHCP client of the router? Most any of us connected through a router have lost web access from time to time because of changes in the router.
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