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Website Timeout kills connection

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#1 KerNol


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Posted 05 December 2010 - 08:10 PM

So recently, don't know exactly when it started, but when I attempt to go to Comcast's Smartzone to check my e-mail through their web based system I constantly get a connection timeout. The thing is every time it attempts to contact login.comcast.net I get the timeout and then my connection dies, from my PC (XP sp3) to my wireless router, connection still shows active but it will not transmit data. I then have to disconnect or use windows "repair" connection to get my internet connection back. I've tried to ping login.comcast.net and all comes back well. Now If I try another computer, either wired to the router or wireless, I have no problems connecting. So I've isolated it just to this PC. I've used Norton, IObit Security 360, Spybot, Ad-Aware and all come up clean. Any ideas?

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