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If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem. Im having the same trouble, and i already tried a new ethernet card ,,,,still no luck i did a fresh install of windows and continue to have the same problem. I downloaded the update for Internet Explorer and the wireless card seemed to stop functioning immediately afterwards. I really do not understand any of this but i think the NIC is fine. Winsock worked to re-establish my internet connection. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET’s great community. If it does not get a response, it assumes server is down and assigns itself an IP address such as
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If you’re asking for technical help, please ilaq sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem.
I pinged and was receiving without any lost, but I still could not connect until I tried your fix winsock. Sexually explicit or offensive language Spam: This was helpful 0. Advertisements or commercial links.
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I downloaded the update upaq Internet Explorer and the wireless card seemed to stop functioning immediately afterwards. I hear they require a good line. I am having the same problem, and I posted my situation on another thread.
Suggest moving PCI card and cable modem to another PC, but as you see above I did that and could not get it to repeat. If so you likely have a bad NIC. I have the same type of problem. If it does cagd get a response, it assumes server is ppc and assigns itself an IP address such as It is connected it is sending packets but it isnt receiving anny at all the firewall is off is on obtain IP address automically i dont know what s wrong please help me!!!
If someone out there can give me an answer, I am going out of my head with this. HELP, i just bought a new HP pavillion an and i have it all setup, ethernet connected, and it says connections enabled, but when i check the progress it says ” packets sent 0 received” so i call my Manufacturer, they refer me to my ISP, call my ISP they cant figure it out, does anyone here know why it says connections enabled, and why it wont receive packets and let me use the internet??
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I was pulling my hair out trying to fix a roomate’s computer to get her hooked up to my router. Are you using a software router like Internet Connection Sharing or a hardware router like a Linksys or netgear?
When I face this, I carry a new router and client card with me. My computer was sending very few packets and receiving none, but the icon said I was connected to the internet. Sometimes spyware removal tools can detect some necessary winsock files as spyware, and most users don’t know the difference.
No matter what I ehernet, I could not fix the problem. Im having the same trouble, and i already tried a new ethernet card ,,still no luck i did a fresh install of windows and continue to have the same problem. I ran the command and pinged that number, and ipwq own dont know if that wouldve done anything but it said it sent 4 packets in the prompt and i receive4, while still in my LAN connection status the receiving end was still saying 0.
Every so often 5 min it requests an IP address from the server, if it does not get an answer it keeps this same IP.
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Proffitt Forum moderator April 4, 5: You have a software firewall running or router hooked up? Are you using a Linksys modem? Another way would be to leave the connection for a while and see if there is finally communications.
WinsockFix cleared the problem right up! Another issue is that some will accept a driver update from Microsoft. It’s people like you that keep my faith in continuing to plug away at my computer. Proffitt Forum moderator September 2, 1: See if any packets are lost along the way. If not, the cable company will need to boost your signal.