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DNS error - 2 Websites not opening

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Oh, I did fix the filrewall thingy with the sharedaccess.reg file. It had something to do with netsh command that you gave me.
I just had to reset my firewall settings after running sharedaccess.reg file. Thanks anyways.

I came here for help because my ISP technitians are useless. Just thought you could help me out.

Thanks for everything. I guess I'll have to live with it. Take care and thanks again.

http://windowsxp.mvp...haredaccess.htm --->to reset firewall.

Edited by UBS, 05 June 2007 - 09:20 AM.

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Are you using a router? If so, unplug the router and plug the internet directly to your PC --- i had this exact problem, but when i plugged directly to my PC, all the sites came up. this was working fine earlier, i think my router might be on the fritz.
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You can add a DNS server to those in your listing. There's one called openDNS which is free and works well. Last week our provider was having DNS trouble and we were able to browse because openDNS was added to our list.

You don't have to sign up or join anything. Just add or

to your listing.
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