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I believe I am having DNS issues that I cannot resolve with a simple ipconfig /flushdns, I tried going into services.msc and restarting the DNS client as well. The problem is, I'm connected to my wireless router with my Asus EEE Top, and it is gathering all the information, however I still cannot connect to the internet. My desktop is connected via ethernet and is connecting just fine. One thing I noticed is, when I do an ipconfig /all my desktop has a different DNS than the Top. Is that a problem? Any help will be much appreciated!

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Hello,

It sounds like you have a corrupted DNS cache or host file. I have seen this happen before and flushdns does not always fix the problem. These is a utility that I use in my shop all the time that should correct your issue. You can download it from my site at http://www.ccl-la.com/winsockxpfix.zip Just download and unzip the file and run it. It will reset your host file, reset DNS files and correct several other ip/dns issues. After running it will prompt you for a restart. When restarted you should be back online.

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