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It sounds like you have a corrupted DNS file. Here is a like to a file on my web site that should fix you up.
Download this file and unzip it. Run the file on your pc that will not connect. It will reset the host file, clear your cache, and renew your IP address. After it runs it will prompt you for a system reset. After your machine restarts you should be back online.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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