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Doughraemi

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I have been unable to access the internet from the desktop. Automatic updates ( Win7, AV, Adobe, etc.) download just fine.

Status shows traffic in and out

All browsers (FF, IE, Chrome, Opera) say they cannot connect to the internet.

IP Config. shows a good IP address using ipv4
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Did you clear the cache of the browser? Deleted all cookies?
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Cache has been cleared and cookies deleted
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Please cancel this topic. You can't answer it, so I re-installed Windows (and DON'T) yell at me
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Doughraemi,

I'm sorry you were unable to receive help for your problem. No one will yell at you for re-installing Windows. Did it fix your problem?


For future reference, we have a Waiting Room. If you've waited more than 3 days for a reply, you can post a link to your original topic there. We are a busy site and sometimes topics get overlooked, but our staff checks that forum regularly.

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PROBLEM FIXED. The sad part is that after all this time and effort (mostly on your part)
I still have no answer as to the undelying cause.
Thanks so much for your kind efforts.
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