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Lost broadband connection and tried 3 fixes and can't run cmd in Windows XP. Don't have XP Home ed. disc - it was damaged. See forum http://www.geekstogo...18#entry1836818 for what has happened thus far. I hope I haven't really screwed this up.
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I just got the run cmd to go in. Don't know what I did but I restarted it again and it accepted it. I will try the last suggested fix in other forum post. Will come back and let you know how it went.
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I just tried the cmd in run window. Then ipconfig/release all Message Windows IP configuration An internal error occurred: The request is not suppported.
Please contact Microsoft Product Support Services for further help. Additional information: unable to query host name.
Got the same response for ipconfig/renew all
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this is what I have after cmd
C:\Documents and Settings\Susan Hatcher>ipconfig/release all
Is that right?
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Try these fixes, in order. If the first doesn't fix it, goto the next line.

netsh winsock reset catalog from the cmd line.

Start -> Run -> Services.msc -> Make sure Remote Procedure Call and Routing and Remote Access are started.

Fully reinstall TCP/IP. netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt from the command line followed by a reboot.

Edited by diabillic, 24 May 2010 - 06:05 PM.

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Services (local) came up and I tried to start remote procedure Call Locator got error 1068 The dependency service or group failed to start. RPC is started but Routing and Remote Acces is not started- don't know how to start did not allow. With general log on recovery and dependencies at top tabs. Says startup type is disabled.
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Should I try the Fully reinstall TCP/IP. netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt from the command line followed by a reboot too.
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Did you try catalog reset first?
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I did netsh winsock reset catalog from the cmd line. THen Start -> Run -> Services.msc -> Make sure Remote Procedure Call and Routing and Remote Access are started. That is where I could not start Routing and Remote Access. I stopped there. Deemon
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Is Fully reinstall TCP/IP. netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt from the command line followed by a reboot the catalog reset?
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Follow the last line.

netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt then reboot
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If Fully reinstall TCP/IP. netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt from the command line followed by a reboot. Is the catalog reset then no I have not done it yet. I stopped after the second line since I could not turn on the Routing and Remote Acces and it remains disabled.
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Doing last line now.
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reboot done IE still not connecting.
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When I try to connect using Network Connection under Control Panel. Get Error 797 message.
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