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How to resset/repair/restart network settings? (not wireless settings)

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#1 Ninny9


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Posted 14 May 2009 - 07:06 PM

Nobody answered my last board ):

Will try again

Microsoft Windows XP, Media Center Edition Version 2002 Service Pack 2 (NOW WINDOW 7 BETA BUILD 7000 for few months.)
Intel® Core â„¢2 CPU
T5600 @ 1.83GHz
1.83 GHz, 1.99 GB of RAM

IE - CANT access internet through IE "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage." whenever I open it.

Mozilla Firefox - CAN access internet through it but only works ONCE. If i close it, I'm screwed. Can't open firefox afterward or open a new window unless I end-tasked it. It doesn't open a new window. only TAB.

Whenever I try to upload a photo to photobucket, myspace, etc, all of them say there's been a network error. CAN'T sign in messagers, yahoo, skype etc. due to network error.

Sometimes internet browser immediately displays NETWORK TiMED OUT page.

I know it's not my router (at school) because I used this computer at home with even better internet connection, same all apply.

* Things I've tried. Run>Command>ipconfig renew and release
* Disconnected all modem/router/shut down computer and waited 45 seconds.
* Set firewall to default settings.

No anti-virus programs are running. (They're all outdated.) I dont think there's a virus but programs tend to change settings.

Edited by Ninny9, 14 May 2009 - 07:07 PM.

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