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My tray icon says CONNECTED but i can't connect. Looks like it is FIREWALLED - Help!!

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Hi, i want you to try this for me. We are going to flush your adapter settings to help you connect.

click start, all programs, accessories, right click command prompt..

click run as admin

then.. id like you to type in exactly..

netsh winsock reset

( press enter)

ipconfig /release

( press enter)

ipconfig /flushdns

(press enter)

netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt

(press enter)

now.. restart your computer..

Let me know if you can connect.

KittyTech

Posted on Mar 27, 2011

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