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David Wang

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Hi, guys,

Recently I bought a new eee pc. It is connected to the internet via a wireless router, which provides wireless coverage at home and is wired to local ISP.

A very strange thing happened. I cannot visit micro$oft websites, though other websites, e.g. Google, is O.K. I did the following with the results marked.

1) Connect microsoft via an anonymous web proxy - O.K.
2) Start computer in Safe mode with networking support -O.K.
3) Switch to normal after 2) -----NOK
4) Access Microsoft from my partner's laptop, which is also wireless connected. ---O.K.

Installed HijackThis. Have ran it in both safe and normal mode. The log files are attached. Please help me. I have tried almost every solution (including the ones from microsoft) without success. It is such a pain in the [bleep]!

Gurus, please look into the log files and give your opinions. A Big Thank!


David
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Cold Titanium

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I don't want to jump the gun, but wasn't one of the signs that you had Conficker not being able to access certain websites like M$? Can you go Symantechs website?
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loophole

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Did you get this issue resolved?
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Cold Titanium

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Arrrgh! I hate it when someone comes on with an interesting problem and then vanishes....
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Cakk

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If you come back check this website.

http://www.columbia....cfeyechart.html
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