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monkeyboyblues

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Hi,

 

Running Windows 10.

Internet is connected but web pages not loading in Microsoft Edge or Chrome.

 

 

Thanks!


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SpywareDr

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Sounds like your internet service could be down. Contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP).


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The TCP/IP WinSock protocol could be damage you can reset the TCP/IP WinSock protocol to its default setting by following below instructions:

 

Please open the Command Prompt by simply holding down the BxVxp04.png + X keys and select the option “Command Prompt (Admin)” from the menu.

 

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Type following command and press Enter key:

Netsh winsock reset

When ask to reboot your system please do so.


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Slinger183

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You might try this.

 

Go to your Control Panel, then Network and Internet.  From there choose Internet options.

 

Go to the Connection tab.  Choose Lan settings at the bottom.  Is there a check in the box by "Use a proxy server for your Lan"?  If you're not using a proxy uncheck that box and apply settings.

 

Are you hard wired, wireless, or usb tethered to the computer for your connection?


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