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bew901

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I'm having trouble with my computer, mainly with certan applications not working, as well as certan websites not opening.

The things that arn't working are as follows:

My iPod won't connect to iTunes (but iTunes itself works)
World of Warcraft can't connect
City of Heroes gives me a 404 Error when opening the updater
I can't log into NFL.com, however a majority of the internet works fine.
I can't access gmail.com

This all started when I took out my ethernet cable to use in my Xbox (I don't have a router). Could this possibly be the problem? I've ran multiple spyware searches using several diffrent products, but nothing appears to be wrong.

Has anyone run across this problem before, and if so, how do I fix it?

Thanks!
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Retired Tech

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Posted answer in wrong thread

Edited by Keith, 01 May 2005 - 01:14 AM.

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starjax

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your lsp or your host file could have some invalid entries. Take a look at http://www.geekstogo..._Log-t2852.html

you could post your hijackthis log here. It would be a good start for us to figure out whats happening.
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