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Network Problem (cont)

Well your first "solution" didn't work. I encountered this error:


"An error has occurred while renewing interface Local Area Connection 2: The RPC server is unavailable."

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What first solution and who posted it, I would suggest containing your issue to the original thread instead of starting a new one. You will get better results if you do so.
Good luck.

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