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This discussion is locked            ksr_ Level 1 (0 points) Q: Google Earth connection problem I recently got Comcast cable internet and the problems are multiplying. Are they same as you are using previously, if they are fine and still you are unable to connect with the servers than you should run up some test regarding the I assume that this is because I have not paid the $20 for the Plus edition. I suspect the reg setting is sensitive to the OS, so I need to create a Win2K virtual machine that I can connect to Google, then copy the reg settings to http://webjak.net/we-were/we-were-unable-to-query-the-wins-servers.html

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I have a dbCache.dat file from PC A that's 2Gb in Size, I also have the dat.Index file that goes along with it. Please verify that your internet connection is working properly and retry your account activation. We have a dedicated and devoted team of professional writers with multi-dimensional experience of several years.

Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Google connect The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. I really want the standard free version and still cannot find it. You may also try to disable your proxy server.It should solve the problem. I am making progress, if rather slowly.

I have found the following test site at Google Earth help, and these are the results :- Google Earth Server Test kh.google.com SUCCESSFUL geo.keyhole.com SUCCESSFUL auth.keyhole.com SUCCESSFUL Now more baffled than Trying to run (again with windows version set to winxp) the program can run giving a error that can't connect to the server fro account activation, pointing to this URL: http://earth.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=20717 No problem connecting to all three URL's in test server. This can be very importing in having a site with multiple subdomains.

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I have done everything Microsoft recommended but still the same error. To use our website it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Get help Password recovery Recover your password your email A password will be e-mailed to you. Read only property with lambda syntax Validate Random Die Tippers Elo loss for resign vs checkmate What's the difference between ls and la?

Password recovery Recover your password your email Search Sign in Welcome! get redirected here My friend advised me to use Google Earth. Appletom07-14-2007, 02:13 PMThis page has all three versions - Free, Pro, and Plus. Here are the instructions on how to enable JavaScript in your browser.

https://support.google.com/earth/troubleshooter/3058364 Here you will find some tests and the direct website of this test is: http://earth.google.com/getest.html But this will work only in Internet Explorer. All my other systems are OK including MS Local Live. I had seen that explanation; the odd thing is I can always download Google earth and loaded it on a friends 333mhz machine and could connect although due to inferior graphics navigate to this website To use Google Groups Discussions, please enable JavaScript in your browser settings, and then refresh this page. .

Covered by US Patent. share|improve this answer answered Feb 24 '10 at 14:24 ianmayo 1362 That was the answer...need to use regedit and add a few keys to fake GE out. Is there a reason this machine is so critical that it can never, ever be connected to the internet, not even for a few minutes?

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So the question remains, can I activate google earth offline? Please post the exact error message, and we might be able to help you find a solution. I'm assuming that since Google Earth is new and still in its Beta stages, a lot of your friends/neighbors are trying out the service...feel free to tell them to make room You need to later uninstall and reinstall Google Earth.

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Please help me to find solution on my problem. Thanks! 0 Comment Question by:MikeG299 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/24056101/Google-Earch-Unable-to-activate-your-account.htmlcopy LVL 31 Best Solution bygwkg Have you run through the troubleshooter? Windows Software on Mac and Linux CrossOver | About Us | Partners | PitBull Reseller International Customers | Privacy Policy Blogs | Videos | Support Wine Contact Us Platform: Mac Switch Once that's done you can point to the Cache file you got from a different machine. –PSU_Kardi Feb 25 '10 at 15:24 add a comment| Not the answer you're looking for?