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    Network connection went down after switching ON the system in Windows XP

    Hi, i have a great problem with my windows Xp sp2 operating system. Today after switching ON the system i found that my network is down, i canít even go to google.com on port 80 via CLI telnet. I tried the troubleshooter, and even rolled back my system, still no use. Help need urgently, i canít surf net on my system now.



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    Support Array
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    Re: Network connection went down after switching ON the system in Windows XP

    1)If you are able to reset the TCP/IP stack on your computer, your issue would be resolved!
    2)To do that, First of all open “CMD” through “RUN”
    3)After entering into the CMD through Administrator privileges, type in the following command
    “netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt” ← Without Quotes → Press Enter after entering the command in CMD
    4)Restart your system → After restart, your computer’s TCP/IP stack will be restore to its original state!
    That’s it, your issue will be resolved after completing the above steps!

    ~Support
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    swathi123 Array
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    Re: Network connection went down after switching ON the system in Windows XP

    To solve this problem follow these steps

    • Press win+R to open the Run command
    • then select the Run Command
    • Then type the cmd in the Run to open the command prompt
    • Now type netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt and press enter
    • This will run the command
    • Then restart the computer once to restore the network settings to it default
    Then the problem will be solved.


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    abhinandan Array
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    Re: Network connection went down after switching ON the system in Windows XP


    Hello*******
    Friend*******
    ++++++++++++Try this process for this issue++++++++

    ************After clicking you will get the Network and sharing window.

    ************Now click on Change adapter settings.

    ************After clicking you will get the installed modem.

    ************Right click on it and click on Properties.

    ************Now click on Configure button.

    ************Configure dialog box will open after clicking.

    ************Now click on Driver tab.

    ************Click on Update driver.

    ************Firstly make sure that your connect with internet properly.


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