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earlier today i was using the internet fine

then i restarted my laptop and then i can't connect to the internet. i tried resetting the modem/router and all but that didnt work.

i checked my DHCP service and it says it's automatic but it is not working properly. i cannot start and it says i have a dependency service/group failed error 1068

i cannot renew/release my IP through CMD

i tried looking at my AFD through command line but it jsut says error 999 and i can't repair anything

i do not have any system restores to go back to as i just installed the new OS.

any suggestions on how to get my wifi card to connect to the internet? it does detect networks but cannot connect to anything

- earlier today, i tried backing up to my external hard drive but just cancelled it cause i wanted to do my own custom back up with the files i wanted, but now when i attempt to back up through windows, there is an error saying the system cannot find the path specified. i feel like the internet problems started after this, maybe not. but i can't really think of anything else
all my other roommates internet works so i know its something wrong with the computer. there also seems to be something wrong with microsoft update. it says that the services are not running and i need to restart. something is wrong.

Edited by peterkim, 07 November 2009 - 02:31 AM.

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