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    Getting an error message "The live service may be unavailable, or there may be an issue with your home networking equipment"

    I have deactivated my firewall, added exceptions, turned off UPNP etc but still getting an error message "The live service may be unavailable, or there may be an issue with your home networking equipment". My neighbour is also using the same router and he is not facing this kind of issue. I am able to log into my gaming for windows account via browser but not via game(resident evil 5). What should i do?



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    Support Array
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    Re: Getting an error message "The live service may be unavailable, or there may be an issue with your home networking equipment"

    To fix your issue,click on "Start" button and type "cmd" in the search box. If it appears,right click on it and select "Run as Administrator". Now type,"netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt" in the run text box and hit "Enter" button on your keyboard. After that open the run command again and type "netsh winsock reset" and hit the enter button again. After that,close all open windows and navigate to Start>>Control Panel>>Internet Options>>Connections>>LAN Settings. Once done,uncheck the option which shows "Automatically Detect Settings" and click on "Ok".Finally click on "Apply" button and restart your computer.
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    swathi123 Array
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    Re: Getting an error message "The live service may be unavailable, or there may be an issue with your home networking equipment"

    To solve this problem follow these steps

    • Go to the start then click on that
    • Then type cmd in the search then press enter
    • Then select the option Run as Administrator
    • Now type netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt and click on the enter
    • Again enter the run command then type netsh winsock reset then click on Ok.
    • Then go to the start button
    • Now choose the control panel
    • Then select the Internet options
    • Then choose the option Connections
    • Now choose LAN settings
    • Then uncheck the option Automatically Detect settings
    • Then click on Apply.
    • Now restart you computer to apply the changes that are made by you.

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