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Hi,
Try this
Click Start =>Run, type in CMD, press OK.
Copy and paste this into the Command prompt:netsh winsock reset catalog
Press Enter
Then copy and paste this in:netsh int ip reset reset.log
Press Enter.
When finished restart your computer and try using the browser

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Error 105 is one of the most commonly faced errors by a lot of users everyday who are using Google chrome
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3) After you open the properties window, select "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)" and click "Properties"
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When you type any name, e.g, 'www.google.com', your computer "talks" to a DNS (Domain Name Server), which translates the string 'www.google.com' into at leaset one IP-address:

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This error looks very similar to one found in Google chrome. Hope it is related to google chrome. you can try other browsers like iexplore or firefox.

Chrome has this error following some firewall connections. Refer to link if it is realated to Chrome
http://groups.google.com/group/google-chrome-help-troubleshooting/browse_thread/thread/26c86740a23a1457

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