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Connection-specifiic DNS Suffix: domain.invaild

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Hey there.
I recently changed some of my keyports mindlessly and totally unaware of what I was doing by following some wesbite on the internet that said it would help the downloads for my utorrent. My internet says its connected, but nothing opens up. I troubleshooted on MSN Messenger, and it said there was a problem with the Key Ports.
I went to the RUN, Commands, ipconfig/all and it says that Connection-specific DNS Suffix: domain.invalid.
How do I fix this so I get my Internet up and running?!

PS. It also says that:
The following policy might need to be adjusted to allow Windows to connect:
Policy Provider: Windows Firewall
Filter Name: Query User

Edited by anpineda, 23 July 2009 - 06:43 PM.

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No support for uTorrent save for uninstalling it.
What do you mean by "keyports"? Do you mean opening up ports in the router? If so your best bet will be to log into the router and use the "Restore Default" option.
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