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Mouse & Keyboard Freeze/Monitor Distorted--Virus?


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yes delete them from YOURS (ME)
Rule 2
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settings down to 600 (but this does not limit the time you are on)


Got that now. It was just a thought at the time. More of me hoping I put the wrong thing in, but didn't.
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delete the others and reboot
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They are all gone. What about Device Manager?

I rebooted. What now?
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check if they are gone I think the vpn can go to
should be gone from device manager also gone from one gone from the other
can you get on line
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I think we're back to where we started . . . .

Internet Explorer could not open the search page
The page cannot be displayed
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BTW, they are gone from both.
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do you still have 2 tcp ip in there
one for network one for dialup
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Yes, I think:

Dial-Up Adapter
Internet Connection Sharing
Realtek Ethernet NIC
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click the properties of the dial up adapter and check these
Ok, TCP/IP = Obtain an IP address automatically and detect connection to network media; WINS=Disable WINS Resolution and is NOT checked at Use DHCP for WINS; Gateway is blank; Disable DNS

Also have TCP/IP->Realtek Ethernet NIC with same options
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In my network places on the configuration tab do you have
TCP/IP->Realtek Ethernet NIC
and
TCP/IP dialup adapter

Edited by peterm, 21 August 2005 - 01:15 AM.

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TCP/IP Properties (Dialup Adapter) only has Bindings, Advanced, DNS

Only change to TCP/IP Realtek was to check Detect connection to network media
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Yes, both are on the configuration tab
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Dialup adapter does not look right
you are going to hate me but try the ISP dis again (please)
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Reinstall???
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