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Thread: XP internet problem




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    I have a probem. With windows xp when i choose to repair my internet connection i sget the following error: The following steps of he repair option failed : Purging the DNS Resolver cache

    Any ideas??
    One thing life has taught me: "Love" Fades Fast....
    It's sad and hurts when you realize someone who used to be your other half is now gone, and you're left feeling half empty. I wish it had never happened to us - but to my "love" that faded somewhere down the road of life.. I still got nothing but love for you.. You're in my heart and on my mind. But gone..Forever.A memory 03/28/2002 12:08:17 AM

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    instead of selecting repair, do 'Disable' then open your network connections control panel and right click the connection in question (hey that rhymes) and select 'Enable'

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    hmm maybe i should have been more specifivc.. I am on dsl and have beed having problems getting to some websites. i need to purge the dns cache on my system. this is done by right clicking or in properties choosing repair on my network card connection icon in windows xp. this is when i get that error.
    One thing life has taught me: "Love" Fades Fast....
    It's sad and hurts when you realize someone who used to be your other half is now gone, and you're left feeling half empty. I wish it had never happened to us - but to my "love" that faded somewhere down the road of life.. I still got nothing but love for you.. You're in my heart and on my mind. But gone..Forever.A memory 03/28/2002 12:08:17 AM

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    Try running this command from a dos box, without the quotes:
    you could do "ipconfig /flushdns"

    if that doesn't work try
    "netsh int ip reset c:\log.txt"
    this should restore TCP/IP to a "like new" state, and should resolve the problem you're having.

    Then re-boot and try to repair the connection. You may not even have to repair the connection, it may be fine afterwards.

    Later

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