Ok i had ares a long time then my computer treated it like it was a virus so my computer deleted it and i re-install but it is not connecting al it say at the top is (connecting) and nothing else i kept on trying but nothing i like ares all of my music is from it what should i do please contact me @
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Re: I cannot connect to the internet wid ares
Download and install, use all provider functianalities of that application through the control panel once installed. It should clean the ways ares used to connect. consider re-downloading a fresh ares cos It certainly wasn't considered as a virus for nothing..
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its a virus ..reinstall the operating system ...if you want to get some files from it first you can hoock up the hdd to another computer as slave ..and try to recuperate ...if it doesnt want as slave put it asa master ...it will apear in the my computer folder but move fast to be sure you do not affect the other computer ...do not retrieve any system files or programs ...there are bugged for sure ...only files like media or ...private documents cause those are not affected usually ... Be sure you format the C partition during the installation ( delete it and create it again ) cause this way you will get rid of the viruses.. if it still makes trouble ..there might be an issue of Ram memory ...
try to completely UNINSTALL your adobe reader program. Then reinstall it. If the problem persists, uninstall the program again (Adobe reader) and delete the Adobe Reader folder in your Program Files folder. Then reinstall.
Connecting to Router open diagnostic page and check your Wan connection.
If you do not find it use from same router the ping or trace command to check your Internet connection.
If you cannot get a result check Wan configuration: (PPOE/A Bridge etc) with your ISP (call or read user manual)
if your router is on net but you cannot browswe vrom vaio check if
router access list is set: disable it or add your PC MAC address.
Welcome to FixYa! Vista is not access friendly but you will able to see your connection status by clicking on the network connection icon on the taskbar where you will see "Connected to: " and if you click on that a network map will appear. You will see a red "X" between your wireless access point icon and your Internet icon if the access status is "Local only". Clicking on the Internet icon will retry that connection. Make sure that your ip address is not 169.xxx.xx.x as that is Windows little way of saying it can't connect.
If you choose the Diagnose option it will do a release/renew operation automatically. With Vista you must "elevate" access by right clicking on the Command prompt executable and choose "Run as administator" if you wish to do that ipconfig manually.
Also when you are in the firewall configuration select the wireless connection>settings and make sure all of the permissions boxes are checked (ICMP, etc.)
With the adaptor advanced settings make sure your adaptor has the wireless mode (a, b, g, n) at the correct mode.
Have you tried logging on to the router via the Run bar? That is the most informative way to see your router config. Please repost if you need help with that. I also am a network professional certified since 1978 so I know that Vista defies using many tools we took for granted for so many years and often makes me feel frustrated. Maybe Windows 7 will be better as I only run Vista to help others like yourself, though at least you can understand what I am talking about:) Good luck, Steve Medley
Press: Ctrl/Alt/Delete and in Task Manager, select the Processes tab, then select all instances of 'iexplore.exe' and choose 'End Process' then click 'Yes' until there are no more. If it still says the same thing, you might have a virus or trojan horse feeding someone information on everything you're doing on your computer. For that: visit MajorGeeks.com.
Some general suggestions that you could try 1. stop needless programs from starting up (could use Codestuff Starter
to stop Quicktime, MS Office, OpenOffice, Real Player, Windows
Messenger, Windows Desktop Search, Phone Software from starting up
2. deleting all your temporary files (ie. temporary internet files) 3. defragmenting your hard-drive 4. check for viruses / adware / spyware (I normally use Antivir & Adaware)
Do a search for 'all files and folders' - search for both Company Name and then Program Name, (such as Webroot and Spysweeper, or Adobe and Photoshop) with the options "Search system folders", "Search hidden files and folders" and "Search subfolders" checked. Delete all of those files found. You should do this search and delete whenever you uninstall any programs. It will remove lots and lots of leftover junk files and corrupted files taking up room on your hard drive. It will also give you a "clean install" when you reinstall or install an updated program. (Do this ESPECIALLY when updating to a NEW anti-virus programs and “Internet Security Suite” programs such as McAfee or Norton etc.)
Download and install "Registry Mechanic" then do all the updates prior to running it and removing anything for the first time. This will get rid of all your current Registry errors, prior to installing or reinstalling programs.