Posted 11 November 2011 - 01:55 PM
Posted 11 November 2011 - 04:06 PM
- Could you provide the Make and the model # of the desktop.
- Did the problem suddenly occur?
- What browser are you using? Have you tried a different browser?
- Is the computer directly connected to the modem or is there a router in-between?
- Have you checked the Network adapter as listed in the Device Manger? Do you need guidance on doing that?
Lots of questions! It will give us some clue on how to proceed.
Posted 14 November 2011 - 06:58 PM
go here...use the manual method to reset the Internet Protocol
Posted 18 November 2011 - 09:01 AM
Posted 19 November 2011 - 01:59 PM
You can also try these exercises below:
Copy and paste the text in the code box below into Notepad.
@Echo on pushd\windows\system32\drivers\etc attrib -h -s -r hosts echo 127.0.0.1 localhost>HOSTS attrib +r +h +s hosts popd ipconfig /release ipconfig /renew ipconfig /flushdns netsh winsock reset all netsh int ip reset all shutdown -r -t 1 del %0Save as flush.bat to your desktop.
Double-click flush.bat file to run it. Your computer will reboot.
Note: For Windows Vista or Windows 7, right-click flush.bat and select "Run as Administrator".
Windows 7 and Vista
From the Start menu, select Control Panel, or Settings and then Control Panel.Double-click Network and Sharing Center.
From the list of tasks on the left, click Change adapter settings (in Windows 7), or Manage network connections (in Vista).
For a wired network connection, right-click Local Area Connection, and then select Properties.
For a wireless network connection, right-click Wireless Network Connection, and then select Properties.
From the Networking tab, click Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4), make sure it is checked, and then click Properties.
Click Obtain an IP Address Automatically, and then click OK.
You could also go into device Manager and right click the Network driver choose Uninstall and then reboot the computer.
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