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Anonymous
July 12, 2005 10:09:51 AM

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My Dimension 8200 with a Linksys network card recently developed a problem
connecting to web sites: I can ping address but not web sites.

I tried winsock repairs, changed the network card, reformated and
reinstalled windows, kept anything but vanila software off my system
(Office, Roxio etc).

Swirched with different cable modems, but the problem comes back.

To resolve it (temporarily) -I openen local area connections, alll the
entries, close the window, then resched all the entries, reboot the
computer, also I reboot the cable modem and Linksys gateway router (there is
another computer connected to the router that does not have this problem).

Things that did not work:
Netsh int ip reset c:\reset.txt

ipconfig/release then ipconfig/renew

replacing networek card

reinstalling windows XP SP2

netsh winsock reset catalog

winsockXPfix





I am stuck on this on- can anyone offer guidance?

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Anonymous
July 12, 2005 2:40:08 PM

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"Keith S." <keithtucaz@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:GiPAe.26778$4o.16741@fed1read06...
> My Dimension 8200 with a Linksys network card recently developed a problem
> connecting to web sites: I can ping address but not web sites.
>
> I tried winsock repairs, changed the network card, reformated and
> reinstalled windows, kept anything but vanila software off my system
> (Office, Roxio etc).
>
> Swirched with different cable modems, but the problem comes back.
>
> To resolve it (temporarily) -I openen local area connections, alll the
> entries, close the window, then resched all the entries, reboot the
> computer, also I reboot the cable modem and Linksys gateway router (there
> is another computer connected to the router that does not have this
> problem).
>
> Things that did not work:
> Netsh int ip reset c:\reset.txt
>
> ipconfig/release then ipconfig/renew
>
> replacing networek card
>
> reinstalling windows XP SP2
>
> netsh winsock reset catalog
>
> winsockXPfix
>
>
>
>
>
> I am stuck on this on- can anyone offer guidance?
>
>
>
>


Keith -

When did the networking puke out on you? A week ago, a month... ? I assume
that you already performed a (windows) system restore back to a prior
working date.

Also, are you sure that the OS is clean of virus/adware/spyware nasties by
updating scanning with your AV and adaware/spybot/ms anti-spyware. ?

Additionally, look at any known software changes on or prior to the
malfunction....


Stew
Anonymous
July 12, 2005 2:52:58 PM

Archived from groups: alt.sys.pc-clone.dell (More info?)

Check the following items if you have them:

Firewall
Antivirus
Anti-Adware
Anti-Spyware

On another forum a while back there was a posting about this where the
host file was corrupted with similar sounding problems.

KC

"Keith S." <keithtucaz@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:GiPAe.26778$4o.16741@fed1read06...
> My Dimension 8200 with a Linksys network card recently developed a problem
> connecting to web sites: I can ping address but not web sites.
>
> I tried winsock repairs, changed the network card, reformated and
> reinstalled windows, kept anything but vanila software off my system
> (Office, Roxio etc).
>
> Swirched with different cable modems, but the problem comes back.
>
> To resolve it (temporarily) -I openen local area connections, alll the
> entries, close the window, then resched all the entries, reboot the
> computer, also I reboot the cable modem and Linksys gateway router (there
is
> another computer connected to the router that does not have this problem).
>
> Things that did not work:
> Netsh int ip reset c:\reset.txt
>
> ipconfig/release then ipconfig/renew
>
> replacing networek card
>
> reinstalling windows XP SP2
>
> netsh winsock reset catalog
>
> winsockXPfix
>
>
>
>
>
> I am stuck on this on- can anyone offer guidance?
>
>
>
>
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Anonymous
July 12, 2005 10:05:58 PM

Archived from groups: alt.sys.pc-clone.dell (More info?)

Keith S. wrote:
> My Dimension 8200 with a Linksys network card recently developed a
> problem connecting to web sites: I can ping address but not web sites.
>
> I tried winsock repairs, changed the network card, reformated and
> reinstalled windows, kept anything but vanila software off my system
> (Office, Roxio etc).
>
> Swirched with different cable modems, but the problem comes back.
>
> To resolve it (temporarily) -I openen local area connections, alll the
> entries, close the window, then resched all the entries, reboot the
> computer, also I reboot the cable modem and Linksys gateway router
> (there is another computer connected to the router that does not have
> this problem).
> Things that did not work:
> Netsh int ip reset c:\reset.txt
>
> ipconfig/release then ipconfig/renew
>
> replacing networek card
>
> reinstalling windows XP SP2
>
> netsh winsock reset catalog
>
> winsockXPfix
>
>
>
>
>
> I am stuck on this on- can anyone offer guidance?

Check your router, make certain it's dns server is enabled. The router
web management is 192.168.0.1, .1.1 or the like, depending on the
vendor. Reboot the computer following this, then again check the
router's dhcp client table to make sure your computer is listed.

Q
Anonymous
July 12, 2005 11:00:53 PM

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I tried a system restore, no benefit, so I performed an entire clean system
re-install also without benefit -to Win XP sp2 all patches current

"S.Lewis" <stew1960@mail.com> wrote in message
news:huRAe.60542$Tt.21641@bignews3.bellsouth.net...
>
> "Keith S." <keithtucaz@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:GiPAe.26778$4o.16741@fed1read06...
>> My Dimension 8200 with a Linksys network card recently developed a
>> problem connecting to web sites: I can ping address but not web sites.
>>
>> I tried winsock repairs, changed the network card, reformated and
>> reinstalled windows, kept anything but vanila software off my system
>> (Office, Roxio etc).
>>
>> Swirched with different cable modems, but the problem comes back.
>>
>> To resolve it (temporarily) -I openen local area connections, alll the
>> entries, close the window, then resched all the entries, reboot the
>> computer, also I reboot the cable modem and Linksys gateway router (there
>> is another computer connected to the router that does not have this
>> problem).
>>
>> Things that did not work:
>> Netsh int ip reset c:\reset.txt
>>
>> ipconfig/release then ipconfig/renew
>>
>> replacing networek card
>>
>> reinstalling windows XP SP2
>>
>> netsh winsock reset catalog
>>
>> winsockXPfix
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> I am stuck on this on- can anyone offer guidance?
>>
>>
>>
>>
>
>
> Keith -
>
> When did the networking puke out on you? A week ago, a month... ? I
> assume that you already performed a (windows) system restore back to a
> prior working date.
>
> Also, are you sure that the OS is clean of virus/adware/spyware nasties by
> updating scanning with your AV and adaware/spybot/ms anti-spyware. ?
>
> Additionally, look at any known software changes on or prior to the
> malfunction....
>
>
> Stew
>
Anonymous
July 12, 2005 11:02:44 PM

Archived from groups: alt.sys.pc-clone.dell (More info?)

Firewall -windows
Antivirus -norton 2002 with current updates
Anti-Adware -none
Anti-Spyware - none (had Microsoft anti-spyware, AdAware 1.06 & Spybot
1.4 -not replaced after clean reinstall of windows)



"Kevin Childers" <wildthing123@charter.net> wrote in message
news:KHRAe.2965$wG5.2682@fe03.lga...
> Check the following items if you have them:
>
> Firewall
> Antivirus
> Anti-Adware
> Anti-Spyware
>
> On another forum a while back there was a posting about this where the
> host file was corrupted with similar sounding problems.
>
> KC
>
> "Keith S." <keithtucaz@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:GiPAe.26778$4o.16741@fed1read06...
>> My Dimension 8200 with a Linksys network card recently developed a
>> problem
>> connecting to web sites: I can ping address but not web sites.
>>
>> I tried winsock repairs, changed the network card, reformated and
>> reinstalled windows, kept anything but vanila software off my system
>> (Office, Roxio etc).
>>
>> Swirched with different cable modems, but the problem comes back.
>>
>> To resolve it (temporarily) -I openen local area connections, alll the
>> entries, close the window, then resched all the entries, reboot the
>> computer, also I reboot the cable modem and Linksys gateway router (there
> is
>> another computer connected to the router that does not have this
>> problem).
>>
>> Things that did not work:
>> Netsh int ip reset c:\reset.txt
>>
>> ipconfig/release then ipconfig/renew
>>
>> replacing networek card
>>
>> reinstalling windows XP SP2
>>
>> netsh winsock reset catalog
>>
>> winsockXPfix
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> I am stuck on this on- can anyone offer guidance?
>>
>>
>>
>>
>
>
Anonymous
July 12, 2005 11:07:24 PM

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done -my computer is listed


"Quaoar" <quaoar@tenthplanet.net> wrote in message
news:q8Cdnb7mANd1x0nfRVn-gQ@comcast.com...
> Keith S. wrote:
>> My Dimension 8200 with a Linksys network card recently developed a
>> problem connecting to web sites: I can ping address but not web sites.
>>
>> I tried winsock repairs, changed the network card, reformated and
>> reinstalled windows, kept anything but vanila software off my system
>> (Office, Roxio etc).
>>
>> Swirched with different cable modems, but the problem comes back.
>>
>> To resolve it (temporarily) -I openen local area connections, alll the
>> entries, close the window, then resched all the entries, reboot the
>> computer, also I reboot the cable modem and Linksys gateway router
>> (there is another computer connected to the router that does not have
>> this problem).
>> Things that did not work:
>> Netsh int ip reset c:\reset.txt
>>
>> ipconfig/release then ipconfig/renew
>>
>> replacing networek card
>>
>> reinstalling windows XP SP2
>>
>> netsh winsock reset catalog
>>
>> winsockXPfix
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> I am stuck on this on- can anyone offer guidance?
>
> Check your router, make certain it's dns server is enabled. The router
> web management is 192.168.0.1, .1.1 or the like, depending on the vendor.
> Reboot the computer following this, then again check the router's dhcp
> client table to make sure your computer is listed.
>
> Q
>
Anonymous
July 12, 2005 11:08:04 PM

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Let me thank all of you for taking the time to assist.


"Quaoar" <quaoar@tenthplanet.net> wrote in message
news:q8Cdnb7mANd1x0nfRVn-gQ@comcast.com...
> Keith S. wrote:
>> My Dimension 8200 with a Linksys network card recently developed a
>> problem connecting to web sites: I can ping address but not web sites.
>>
>> I tried winsock repairs, changed the network card, reformated and
>> reinstalled windows, kept anything but vanila software off my system
>> (Office, Roxio etc).
>>
>> Swirched with different cable modems, but the problem comes back.
>>
>> To resolve it (temporarily) -I openen local area connections, alll the
>> entries, close the window, then resched all the entries, reboot the
>> computer, also I reboot the cable modem and Linksys gateway router
>> (there is another computer connected to the router that does not have
>> this problem).
>> Things that did not work:
>> Netsh int ip reset c:\reset.txt
>>
>> ipconfig/release then ipconfig/renew
>>
>> replacing networek card
>>
>> reinstalling windows XP SP2
>>
>> netsh winsock reset catalog
>>
>> winsockXPfix
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> I am stuck on this on- can anyone offer guidance?
>
> Check your router, make certain it's dns server is enabled. The router
> web management is 192.168.0.1, .1.1 or the like, depending on the vendor.
> Reboot the computer following this, then again check the router's dhcp
> client table to make sure your computer is listed.
>
> Q
>
July 13, 2005 1:30:22 AM

Archived from groups: alt.sys.pc-clone.dell (More info?)

If you can ping an address, but not a URL, it probably is a DNS problem.
Use the ipconfig /all command to see if you are showing DNS address obtained
from DHCP. For that matter, what addresses are you showing for everything,
gateway, DNS, etc.

Other things to do, beside the spyware stuff, would be to delete your
temporary internet files, or cache, or whatever.

Clark

"Keith S." <keithtucaz@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:GiPAe.26778$4o.16741@fed1read06...
> My Dimension 8200 with a Linksys network card recently developed a problem
> connecting to web sites: I can ping address but not web sites.
>
> I tried winsock repairs, changed the network card, reformated and
> reinstalled windows, kept anything but vanila software off my system
> (Office, Roxio etc).
>
> Swirched with different cable modems, but the problem comes back.
>
> To resolve it (temporarily) -I openen local area connections, alll the
> entries, close the window, then resched all the entries, reboot the
> computer, also I reboot the cable modem and Linksys gateway router (there
> is another computer connected to the router that does not have this
> problem).
>
> Things that did not work:
> Netsh int ip reset c:\reset.txt
>
> ipconfig/release then ipconfig/renew
>
> replacing networek card
>
> reinstalling windows XP SP2
>
> netsh winsock reset catalog
>
> winsockXPfix
>
>
>
>
>
> I am stuck on this on- can anyone offer guidance?
>
>
>
>
Anonymous
July 13, 2005 1:30:23 AM

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Thats what I am experiencing - I frequently delete temp files and internet
cache without benefit

"Clark" <who@whoknows.com> wrote in message
news:o DWAe.775$c41.179@newssvr30.news.prodigy.com...
> If you can ping an address, but not a URL, it probably is a DNS problem.
> Use the ipconfig /all command to see if you are showing DNS address
> obtained from DHCP. For that matter, what addresses are you showing for
> everything, gateway, DNS, etc.
>
> Other things to do, beside the spyware stuff, would be to delete your
> temporary internet files, or cache, or whatever.
>
> Clark
>
> "Keith S." <keithtucaz@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:GiPAe.26778$4o.16741@fed1read06...
>> My Dimension 8200 with a Linksys network card recently developed a
>> problem connecting to web sites: I can ping address but not web sites.
>>
>> I tried winsock repairs, changed the network card, reformated and
>> reinstalled windows, kept anything but vanila software off my system
>> (Office, Roxio etc).
>>
>> Swirched with different cable modems, but the problem comes back.
>>
>> To resolve it (temporarily) -I openen local area connections, alll the
>> entries, close the window, then resched all the entries, reboot the
>> computer, also I reboot the cable modem and Linksys gateway router (there
>> is another computer connected to the router that does not have this
>> problem).
>>
>> Things that did not work:
>> Netsh int ip reset c:\reset.txt
>>
>> ipconfig/release then ipconfig/renew
>>
>> replacing networek card
>>
>> reinstalling windows XP SP2
>>
>> netsh winsock reset catalog
>>
>> winsockXPfix
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> I am stuck on this on- can anyone offer guidance?
>>
>>
>>
>>
>
>
Anonymous
July 13, 2005 12:05:07 PM

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"Keith S." <keithtucaz@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:wE7Be.28634$4o.7398@fed1read06...
> no -its still a problem -it is intermittant
>
> -I just am thankful for everyones attempts to help - this is a very good
> newsgroup and I appreciate everyones response -
>
>

Funny. If it were an intermittent problem with the router, then I'd think
your other machine would display the same problems.

I'm sure you've tried your PCI network card in a different slot......(that
it might be that specific slot itself.....)


Stew
Anonymous
July 13, 2005 12:05:08 PM

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Actually - i haven't tried changing the network card slot - I will try that.

(I'm low on slots since my video card received a 2 slot Arctic cooler)


"S.Lewis" <stew1960@mail.com> wrote in message
news:Xi8Be.51896$qm.322@bignews5.bellsouth.net...
>
> "Keith S." <keithtucaz@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:wE7Be.28634$4o.7398@fed1read06...
>> no -its still a problem -it is intermittant
>>
>> -I just am thankful for everyones attempts to help - this is a very good
>> newsgroup and I appreciate everyones response -
>>
>>
>
> Funny. If it were an intermittent problem with the router, then I'd think
> your other machine would display the same problems.
>
> I'm sure you've tried your PCI network card in a different slot......(that
> it might be that specific slot itself.....)
>
>
> Stew
>
Anonymous
July 23, 2005 10:06:54 PM

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It appears the cause of the problme is Microsoft Active synch version 3.8.
Using msconfig to prevent it from loading on startup seems to have resolved
this issue

I had recently upgraded from version 3.7 when my PDA needed from placement.

"Keith S." <keithtucaz@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:TC8Be.28635$4o.3568@fed1read06...
> Actually - i haven't tried changing the network card slot - I will try
> that.
>
> (I'm low on slots since my video card received a 2 slot Arctic cooler)
>
>
> "S.Lewis" <stew1960@mail.com> wrote in message
> news:Xi8Be.51896$qm.322@bignews5.bellsouth.net...
>>
>> "Keith S." <keithtucaz@hotmail.com> wrote in message
>> news:wE7Be.28634$4o.7398@fed1read06...
>>> no -its still a problem -it is intermittant
>>>
>>> -I just am thankful for everyones attempts to help - this is a very good
>>> newsgroup and I appreciate everyones response -
>>>
>>>
>>
>> Funny. If it were an intermittent problem with the router, then I'd
>> think your other machine would display the same problems.
>>
>> I'm sure you've tried your PCI network card in a different
>> slot......(that it might be that specific slot itself.....)
>>
>>
>> Stew
>>
>
>