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Posted 08 February 2009 - 08:34 AM
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Posted 08 February 2009 - 08:51 AM
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Only Windows XP SP2 Firewall was enabled but i have disabled that but even then the same problem persists.
With your default gateway, do you mean your router? Do you have other computers in the same network? Do they also have this problem? If you have other computers in this network, please try to ping to them (when they are switched on) and let us know what the results are.
BELOW IS THE PING FOR MY DEFUALT GATEWAY.
If you suspect your ISP (you know them better than I do), you can call them and ask them if there are any problems/updates at the moment on their side. They should also be able to test the line from them to your router. You can ask for that to be done. If you have multiple computers in this network and this computer is the only one that has problems it is of course not a problem with your ISP.
Can someone plz tell where the issue, with the ISP or with the Comp.
We do not know yet, but even if it is a problem with this computer formatting is the last resort. It is like giving up and running away from problems, don't you think?
Will formattin solve the problem.
If NOD32 says you are clean, you should be fine
I have checked for a Viruses and SPyware with ADWare.
Please let us know.
Posted 09 February 2009 - 03:30 PM
DNS resolves addresses that you input for browsing and checks them against routing that may already have been set.
You may be using a proxy server (a remote ISP that is accepting all of your address searching and forwarding them accurately), but slowly because of distances involved.
Does that sound familiar?
You may have intentionally "set" a proxy server.
Or you may have acquired proxy settings without your awareness.
Either way, it's time for any junk in the ole' DNS to get cleared out.
Click Start - Run - (type)CMD - (press)enter key
Copy/Paste: ipconfig /flushdns
If you are typing this in, note the space between the g /f
It needs to be there.
Now lets check some settings on your system.
Enter your Control Panel and double-click on Network Connections
Then right click on your Default Connection
Usually Local Area Connection for Cable and DSL
Left click on Properties
Double-Click on the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) item
Select the radio dial that says Obtain DNS Servers Automatically
Note: Do this for all Network Connections
Press OK twice to get out of the properties screen and reboot if it asks
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