Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
the answer to this problem is unfortunately not that easy, because multiple reasons can cause this error.
It could be a simple DNS or DHCP service error, that can hopefully be fixed by restarting the services
If this still doesn't work, then there is a possibility that your computer is infected with a virus. To do something about that would be too much for this forum, because it involves posting of 'HijackThis" logs. Have a look here, someone had the same problem. Try to find help there - the guys are really good and know what they're doing.
Please leave a comment, so I (and maybe others) can learn more about this.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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