Internet not working

Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by naerok, Feb 7, 2005.

  1. naerok

    naerok Guest

    Okay, I know at least 4 people that had this same problem. Let me try to explain as best as I could.

    I'm on broadband (cable) to be exact, connected to a router. Everything seems to be in working order and it worked fine like the night before. Now I can't seem to connect at all. Everything seems fine but It just wont get online. In dos promt, I can ping to a site, ex: google.com and it pings. But I cant get online. Anyone else had this problem? My friend had the same problem and he reinstalled windows and it worked again. But I reformatted and I still have the same problem. Anyone had this same problem? And if so, how did you fix it. If you could help me I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you.
     
  2. mace

    mace i don't read

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    are you using a proxy?
     
  3. Gaylord Focker

    Gaylord Focker 8=oOOo=D ~ ~ ~

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    try plugging your computer directly into the modem to see if that works
     
  4. Vlachen

    Vlachen New Member

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    are you using McAfee? I've been fixing many computers were McAfee completely fucks the TCP/IP stack
     
  5. Juvenall

    Juvenall What Would Juvie Do?

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    Give this app a shot - http://downloads.subratam.org/WinsockFix.zip

    I used it to repair my XP Pro box back when I was using Steganos Internet Anonym. You just run the program, reboot and everything works again..lol. You can do this all by hand, but it's a pain in the ass if it happens alot.

    Odds are though, it is going to be some program you're running that's causing the trouble. You may need to take a moment to review what you're installing.
     

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