Odd problem with Internet Conncection

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demoloution

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Hello,
i am new in the forums and really need your help

today, all day, i try to connect to the internet through my desktop and i cant. The funny thing is that i have 2 laptops and 1 mobile connected in my modem's wifi and works perfectly. My modem is connected to my desktop, all lights are up, but i cant reach any website.

I tried the 10 sec reset while removing power, restarted my pc, scanned my pc for viruses (webroot antivirus) but nothing worked.

For some reason i cant run "antimalware bytes" programm as it shuts down on its own, but i dont think there might be a malware that webroot cant detect.

So i keep searching till now on the internet for solutions, and i saw a very old post about pinging on browser. So i tried it (put my IP on the bar of browser) but nothing happened (i cant open modems configuration). Also i run IPCONFIG /ALL in cmd and the only "near to mine" IP i saw was a line "IPv4 169.254.12.192"

Now 2 things to notice..my "default gate" is empty in cmd and in the post i found i saw that u mustnt have and IP starting with 169.xx.xx cause then you have something corrupted..sadly the post was old enough and it had solutions only till windows XP

I run windows Vista and i didnt have this problem till today
Also, the last thing that i did last night was executing a command in cmd that decrease the size of RAM used by programms to 2GB (down from 3)..i had increased the size cause a game "PlanetSide2" wanted 3GB of RAM to run..now i uninstalled it and i reseted to 2GB, dont know if this has something to do with my internet connectivity.

If anyone knows anything please i need your help!!

Thank you!!


EDIT : THINGS I DID:
-Restart PC
-Restart modem, while unplugging power
-Antivirus Scan
-Disable Antivirus
-Inserting IP manually
-System Restore
-Commands like: "ipconfig /reset /renew", " reset resetlog.txt" etc (dont even remember them)
 

TerryNet

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Open a (black) Command Prompt window:
Hold the Windows logo key and press r; in the Run box type cmd and click on OK.

Type the following command:

IPCONFIG /ALL

[Note that there is no space between the slash and ALL.]

Right click in the command window and choose Select All, then hit Enter.
Paste the results in a message here.

If necessary use a text file and removable media to copy the results to a computer with internet access.
 

demoloution

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will you believe me if i tell you today i have internet...cant undersand those machines...
but what i do if this happens again??....oh god
 
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