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Ok well you have to troubleshoot it ... the best place to start is hardware .. reboot all you devices ... modems ... routers... hubs ...and check your cables ... if your using wireless try to eliminate the wireless and use cables ... next is to determine if it is a upper or lower stack issue ... the upper stack is related to your software the lower stack is related to your networking ... if your using XP or vista reboot in safemode with networking ... then check connectivity ... next thing to use is the command prompt... use ipcaonfig... ping ... arp and other commands to see what connectivity you have ... some common issues are a software firewall blocking your connection ... a corrupt winsock or ip stack ... or a &*%* windows browser ...
Posted on Mar 21, 2008
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