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Applications lost internet after 8.1 update

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  • Windows 8
  • Firewalls
  • Windows Update
  • Internet
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May 5, 2014 1:37:30 AM

Hello

Since i updated from windows 8 (factory installed) to 8.1 some of my applications, mainly games, are unable to connect to the internet.
These applications include:
- Leauge of Legends (Login server)
- Blizzards Battle.Net client
- Gyazo image uploader

I have tried to:
- Disable the firewall
- Reset the firewall (netsh reset firewall (i think it was))
- Reset the advanced firewall (netsh reset advfirewall (i think it was))

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a b * Windows 8
May 5, 2014 1:40:38 AM

You might need to re-install them. Maybe 8 and 8.1 make a difference. See their websites - forum and help
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May 5, 2014 2:17:18 AM

Tried that multiple times, with no results
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a c 481 * Windows 8
May 5, 2014 2:40:37 AM

PeaceDealer said:
Hello

Since i updated from windows 8 (factory installed) to 8.1 some of my applications, mainly games, are unable to connect to the internet.
These applications include:
- Leauge of Legends (Login server)
- Blizzards Battle.Net client
- Gyazo image uploader

I have tried to:
- Disable the firewall
- Reset the firewall (netsh reset firewall (i think it was))
- Reset the advanced firewall (netsh reset advfirewall (i think it was))

Try re-installing Network Adapters
Disable TCP/IP V 6

Check out Windows for Errors...

First try System File Checker
Winkey plus 'X'
Choose Command Prompt (Admin)
Type sfc /scannow then Enter

It finds and fixes errors in Windows, but doesn't always report them. Run it and see if the fault disappears after re-booting your system
If corrupt files are found that can’t be fixed, try

Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth (Observe spaces before /)

Re-run SFC

To view CBS Log

findstr /c:"[SR]" %windir%\logs\cbs\cbs.log >sfcdetails.txt

Search C drive for sfcdetails.txt or navigate to C:\Windows\System32 and scroll down.


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a b * Windows 8
May 5, 2014 3:15:48 AM

Have you checked all your Drivers on Device Manager?
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