My Windows Vista (32 bit) computer cannot connect to the internet using a cable (wired).
I cannot connect to the internet using a cable (wired). One other computer are connected to the router (EA4500) wired and two (2) laptop connected wireless. Diagnose and repair, give me this statement that I noted below:
Windows confirmed that "Primary DNS Server" is currently online, but is not responding to connection attempts at this time.
This usually mean that a firewall is running somewhere beteewn the computers and is blocking "domain". Windows has confirmed that Windows Firewall on this computer is correctly configured to allow this connection. However, a remote firewall might be blocking your connection.
The following policy might need to be adjusted to allow Windows to connect:
Policy Provider: McAfee Inc.
Filter Name: GUID_MFE_CONNECT_CALLOUT_V4
If the policy provider identified is Windows Firewall, click for information about adjusting Windows Firewall settings. If a different policy provider has been identified, check the provider's documentation on how to adjust the policy settings.
Can anyone help me.
Edited by hamluis, 15 October 2012 - 05:46 AM.
Merged topics - Hamluis.