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Looking through your stats is a good way to keep tabs on where we are, how we've grown, and, most importantly, how we can capitalize on certain opportunities and use them But that comes with the cost of me sweating bullets hoping nothing goes wrong. Both network card show as enabled in the Device Manager 5. Crud, same damn thing.

After opening the network properties dialog and select the ‘Internet protocol (TCP/IP). It had given me some message clearly. into the unknown. Believe me, if it was as simple as reseting the windows tcp/ip this would not have taken me three days, nor would I have posted about it. -#2pencil- 08-20-2011, 12:24 PM

We help you fix them. Hope this helps, because I had a hell of time getting this far -#2pencil- -#2pencil- 07-15-2010, 11:08 AM Post: #2 RWenger Administrator Posts: 3,066 Joined: Aug 2009 Reputation: RE: Unable to Something goes horribly, horribly wrong. Can you clarify.

TIA, Pablo networking windows-xp share|improve this question asked Apr 24 '10 at 2:23 user41235 1287 Were any windows updates (automatically) installed recently that could have broken it? (history available It says the connection is connected even though the internet isn't working. but my trouble pc was giving me an "Unable to query host name" error in response to ipconfig. Colony on the moon - how fast can Santa deliver?

Hey, I'm glad that this topic served you well! i decided that before i would reinstall my existing network devices, i would pull out an old belkin usb wireless network adapter and install it as a control group. Browse other questions tagged networking windows-xp or ask your own question. i run malwarebytes, avast, and avira on the highest settings possible whenever i have a problem like this.

The issue being that I said the turnaround time is usually next day. When i did it, it says: Windows IP configuration AN internal error occured: The request isnt supported. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. How did you find that?

Is that error the exact error? this contact form So I throw ipconfig at the command prompt & I get slapped in the face. Removed a couple of infected files. Please try the request again.

Check it out (at your own risk!) start -> run -> notepad C:\windows\inf\nettcpip.inf Look for the following : ;======================= ; TCP/IP Primary Install ;======================= [MS_TCPIP.PrimaryInstall] ; TCPIP has properties to display Operating System : Windows XP Professional service pack 3. Computer Problems? have a peek here So then I used my XP cd to reinstall the tcpip.sys files but it didn't do anything.

failed to query tcp/ip." I've tried numerous things but they haven't done anything. Pages (2): 1 2 Next » Thread Rating: 3 Votes - 5 Average 1 2 3 4 5 Threaded Mode | Linear Mode Unable to query host name. Cheers!

Unable to query host name Took the computer to Geek Squad and they used another Windows off of a CD to get to the Internet, so I don't suspect the card

All rights reserved. Most likely AT&T DNS servers. Posted by srikanthramaswamy on February 2, 2012 at 6:18 am 🙂 Reply Posted by Katja on May 10, 2012 at 10:17 pm Dear Gangadhar, You are a star! Loading...

Sweet. Am sure it would have impacted some system dlls but not sure what are they? Reply Posted by YRoberts on May 24, 2012 at 7:13 pm Windows Enabler does not trn on the uninstall button for me. Check This Out I work at a small computer repair shop and today I had a Windows XP SP3 machine who appeared to have a corrupt tcpip stack.

Enter that directory & you'll find \i386\ipsec.sy_ Unpack this file back to C:\windows\system32\drivers\ with a little : expand ipsec.sy_ ipsec.sys using full path names, the provided directions just have them both I could kiss you! Back to top Back to Windows XP Home and Professional 4 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 4 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear BleepingComputer.com → Microsoft It sounds like the TCP stack is screwed up.

Kids have been downloading nasty films & free music from Lime Wire. My guess is, most likely this was the target of the virus, inject the DNS, take out the firewall, & the client is powerless to do anything but view forced ads. If you do, run this command from a DOS prompt: netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt This will reset your IP stack to XP defaults. Not the answer you're looking for?

Crud, same damn thing. Since this morning, the internet on my laptop that has the card hasn't been working. System is pretty slow. I contacted Linksys and they told me to do ipconfig and tell them what it said.

uh-oh. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Your cache administrator is webmaster. ipconfig hates me.

Go back to the TCP/IP properties on the general tab, click install & lets install this modified inf file. However, every once in a while I hit the wall. Hey no2, looks like you helped this guy: http://forums.techguy.org/networking/100...milar.html Raidmax Smilodon AMD FX-8350 | Noctua NH-U12S cooler GeForce GTX 960 8GB RAM 08-20-2011, 04:52 PM Post: #9 townsbg Senior Moderator Posts: something was fundamentally wrong with my networking capability.

No, create an account now. Seems that not such a brick wall. However, every once in a while I hit the wall. So I issue the usual TCP/IP resets : [il]netsh winsock reset catalog[/il] [il]netsh ip reset reset.log[/il] Nothing, no ip address.