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page cannot be displayed w/ dialup in XP

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Mikewell, Sep 2, 2004.

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  1. Mikewell

    Mikewell Thread Starter

    Jun 30, 2004
    when ping tests fail (both by URL and IP), and there's no firewall on the machine, short of a system restore what can be done?? back in the day of windows 9x, a simple reinstall of dialup networking would usually take care of that... can dialup networking be uninstalled/reinstalled in XP? the only step i know of is netsh... i've been told by that what's usually needed in such circumstances is a reinstall of the 'communications suite'... anyone know how to do that?

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  2. Band|t


    Jun 10, 2004
    Click Start , then Run, type in cmd , click Open, then type the following:

    netsh int ip reset c:\tcplog.txt

    Push Enter. Reboot your machine and try again. If you really wanna do a thorough job of it, delete your dial up connection before the reboot then recreate it after the reboot.
  3. dugq


    Jul 16, 2004
    If the above fails this is worth a go.

    1. Start > run > regedit
    2. Backup registry
    3. Delete keys



    4. Open network connections
    5. Go into properties of connectoid
    6. Select the networking tab
    7. Click install > select protocol > add > have disk > browse to nettcpip.inf location (above) > OK
    8. Tcp/ip should now be 1st protocol in the list > highlight and click OK

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