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internet wont work despite connection

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#1 Lucky1111111111


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Posted 20 March 2012 - 06:19 AM

Hello, few days ago, my computer (with windows XP) was acting little wierd so i downloaded hijackthis to see if i got any malware. I didnt delete anything because checking on google i didnt see anything dangerous to my system. But next day internet didnt work even though it appears that I am connected and that the signal is very good. Internet works on my laptop and I called my service provider and everything seems o.k.Than message started to appear that I have Ip adress conflict. I did everything as told on forums: downloaded registry keys, cmd, ipconfig/flushdns,relaese... but nothing worked and than it was mysteriosly gone but still no internet. After i ran Farbar service scanner, connection status was as following: localhost is accessible, LAN connected, Attempt to access Google ip returned error: Google IP is offline, Attempt to access Yahoo IP returned error: Yahoo IP is offline.
I downloaded and transfered windows recovery console and combo fix and after combo fix finnished some files came back which were gone because of Windows Recovery virus I had a year ago, but unfortunately still no internet.
Please, please help i need this computer for work.


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