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Hey so I tried everything that I could think of and I have a clean system. Just finnished with malware removal. They tried to help but alas still nothing.

Here's my issue I can do windows updates no problems, I can ping and resolve DNS with no issues, but I can't view any webpage with firefox or ie.

Here's the link to my malware removal post http://www.geekstogo...ut-not-working/
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I did a windows7 upgrade installation and it fixed it
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Have you tried to access webpages with another browser!!
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Hello... Since your browser is not displaying inspite of internet working properly..

1. Testing Your DNS

OS X offers various ways to test and confirm whether an operational DNS system is available to you. I’m going to show you one of those methods.

Launch Terminal, located at /Applications/Utilities/.

Type or copy/paste the following command into the Terminal window.

Press the return or enter key after you enter the line above.
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