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RDP Error I am not abel to access RDP From My PC, i am abel to access Internet but i am not abel to get RDP many of Times. Sometimes by flushing DNS i might abel to get RDP Some time.

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Hi, * see your local PC if any Virus or Spyware causing the problem * Your destination host must have a password * Your destination host must have port 3389 (RDP) port opened * see any IP filteration defined on destination host (use NMAP for windows to see filteraton and open port status) * keep your DNS address permanent, and Clear all prevous ARPs thanks Arun

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- I suggest you first clear browsing history. Clearing browsing history varies from the browser you are using:
If you are using Internet Explorer (go to Tools>Delete Browsing History)For Firefox( click on the Firefox tab> History>Clear Recent History)
- Restart the browser and try to access ebay again. If you can access other websites(google.com, yahoo.com, etc) but not ebay try to flush dns. Flushing dns will make the system recheck and refresh the DNS cache on your computer.
- Since the computer keeps address's of the websites you visit, it remembers the route and IP address of a specific website, if that changes and your computer still goes to the old route that's when you get a problem with opening the website, so the way to refresh your computer's DNS is to clear DNS cache.1. Go to Start then type CMD on the search box. 2. When the black screen appears(command prompt), type in ipconfig /flushdns then press Enter on the keyboard.
Restart your browser then try to access ebay.

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- I suggest you first clear browsing history. Clearing browsing history varies from the browser you are using:

If you are using Internet Explorer (go to Tools>Delete Browsing History)

For Firefox( click on the Firefox tab> History>Clear Recent History)


- Restart the browser and try to access download adobe reader again. If it;s still timing out, try to flush dns. Flushing dns will make the system recheck and refresh the DNS cache on your computer.

- Since the computer keeps address's of the websites you visit, it remembers the route and IP address of a specific website, if that changes and your computer still goes to the old route that's when you get a problem with visiting and downloading from the website, so the way to refresh your computer's DNS is to clear DNS cache.

1. Go to Start then type CMD on the search box.

2. When the black screen appears(command prompt), type in ipconfig /flushdns then press Enter on the keyboard.


- Restart your browser then try to download again.

- You may also try to use a different browser such as Google Chrome



Hope this helps.

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Can not hook up to internet. error # 52130


Sorry to hear your having issues with your wii's internet. Error code 52130 means your DNS is not set up correctly. You can manually add the DNS servers by these instructions from Nintendo:

"Access the Wii system settings (how to), and use the right arrow twice and select "Internet." Select "Connection Settings," and choose the connection file (1, 2, or 3) that are you are currently using. Select "Change settings" and click the right arrow 3 times to reach "Auto-Obtain DNS." Select "No," and choose "Advanced Settings." Click into the "Primary DNS" field and enter: 8.8.8.8 Click into the "Secondary DNS" field and enter: 8.8.4.4"
This updates your DNS with google's DNS servers.
You can see the full support article at:
http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/wfc/en_na/ds/results.jsp?error_code=52130&system=Wii&locale=en_US

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Hello, I have a problem with my internet. Every single time i go to the game called city vill, it's on facebook and it gives me error 101


Try deleting the cookies from your browser and flushing your DNS. if you are on windows open a command prompt and type : ipconfig/flushdns

after doing both of those restart your PC and try again.

Error 101 usually is a DNS error, so your PC is having issues talking to that specific website.

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Usually, RDP connections uses the same PC on LAN and that should work fine. Please check Camera's configuration; make sure they have valid IP address, SM, Default gateway and DNS servers. Make sure that PC with enabled RDP can PING computers on the LAN either by IP address or Computer name. Make sure they're part of the same WORK GROUP.

Hope this helps! Please provide additional information so I can further assist you.

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Belkin adapter f6d4050 not connecting to internet


| |the belkin adapter connects to the airport express router | | sounds like the adapter driver has installed all OK if you have connection to the router. Therefore something is blocking access on your PC - the most common thing is a firewall. to test if you do have access to the internet can you do the following:-------start>run{vista/7 search box}>CMD>ping google.com ----- see if you get a reply message sent 4 times - if you do then you do have access to internet - if you do not get a reply do this ping 209.191.93.53 ------ if you get a reply from this number BUT not from the name then its a DNS issue. ------------ assuming that you get a reply from both , then I suspect its a firewall blocking, disable the firewall, now firewalls such as Norton, Mcafee etc can cause issues even if you think you have removed them in the past , or a subscription has expired. to remove these firewalls i would suggest you use a removal tool which is available at most of the manufacturers website - if you reply with a comment on what you have I can post the link now if its a dns issue try the following ---------- start>run{vista/7 search box}>CMD>ipconfig /dnsflush -------- if that does not work - then you could try a public DNS like google public DNS here http://code.google.com/speed/public-dns/ the link also shows you how to configure your PC - if that works then post a comment back and we can see if we can get it working on the correct dns servers from your isp

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