Posted 09 July 2010 - 07:37 AM
Try this, I had the same problem (except I don't know if it involved JS or not, I never tried turning it off and on) and tried everything (resintalling windows and every virus protection program I could find)... nothing worked. Finally found this though and it fixed it in about 15 seconds
1. Reset the modem - just push the reset button on the back till the lights on front start flashing... like 10 seconds?
2. Go into your command prompt
Start > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt
Right-click on the command prompt and choose to 'Run As Administrator'
3. type in: ipconfig /flushdns
Then it should say something about Successfully flushing the DNS Cache
That should fix it.