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Internet based Weirdness

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#1 mikerox


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Posted 22 November 2008 - 07:15 PM

Howdy. I'm having my weirdest week ever. Since last week, it seems like I can't get anything to connect to the internet. My antivirus programs (now uninstalled), program updates, everything outside of IE is unable to connect to the internet. I tried to resolve the problem in the HijackThis log folder here, but even the mighty P-squared (Propoganda Panda) couldn't solve this mystery. It doesn't seem like the computer is infected - everything's moving as smooth as butter. However, I just can't get anything to connect. I can't even get my alternative browsers to connect (Firefox, Opera, Safari). Can anyone help me with this? Thanks in advance.

(P.S., before anyone suggests me to do a system restore, I've tried that already. The earliest I can go is November 13, about 3 days after this all started. My earlier system restore points have been deleted - and I've only taken up 200+ gigabytes of my 500 GB harddrive, most of which accounts for the OS.)

Edited by mikerox, 22 November 2008 - 07:28 PM.

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