Re: Network Problem!

Hi sm7thme,

This issue may occur due to incorrect DNS settings.

1) Let us flush the DNS server to see if that helps.Please follow these steps:

     - Click ‘Start’

     - Inside ‘Search Programs and Files’ type ‘cmd’ (without quotation)

     - Right click ‘cmd’ and click ‘Install as an Administrator’

     - Click ‘Yes’ to ‘User Access Control’

     - Command Prompt window appears (black window)

     - Type ipconfig /flushdns

     - Press ‘Enter’

     - Restart the computer

2) Follow these steps to register the DNS:

     - Click ‘Start’

     - Inside ‘Search Programs and Files’ type ‘cmd’ (without quotation)

     - Right click ‘cmd’ and click ‘Install as an Administrator’

     - Click ‘Yes’ to ‘User Access Control’

     - Command Prompt window appears (black window)

     - Type ipconfig /registerdns

     - Press ‘Enter’

     - Restart the computer and check again

3) If the security software in your computer is Mcafee, please try the following steps.

     - Please turn of the Computer

     - Restart the system and press F8 repeatedly at Dell logo

     - On the advanced boot menu screen select ‘Safe mode with networking’

     - Click the following link and follow the instructions applicable to Windows 7: http://mcaf.ee/s3b79

Please perform these troubleshooting steps and do write back with the findings. I would be glad to assist.

Thanks & Regards,
Saurabh A
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