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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by JanuaryGirl, Jan 29, 2002.

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  1. JanuaryGirl

    JanuaryGirl Thread Starter

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    Ok guys I really need some help with this. I got an error# coodoo35. I recieved this error trying to use my media player. It also said " The proxy server, the computer that protects your network, cannot be found, so Windows Media player cannot make a connection. I went to microsoft support and it told me how to fix it but I need to Proxy Settings. How do I find this information?? Please help. I get this error for every program I try to run not just the media player. :confused: :mad: So I would love it if someone could help me. Thanks
     
  2. AAPlus

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    Hello, JanuaryGirl

    I think this is what you are talking about

    go to Internet Properties Then Connections

    Tab go to Bottom & click on Lan Settings

    Lit's see if someone will step in & help
     
  3. JanuaryGirl

    JanuaryGirl Thread Starter

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    ok clicked on Lan settings and there is nothing there:confused:
     
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    <font face="comic sans ms" color="#577ac6">Those are zero's, not lowercase o's.
    It's Error=C00D0035.
    Bit of a difference. ;)

    <a href="http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q235063">Error C00D0035 Using Windows Media Player (Q235063)</a>

    If there's nothing in your LAN settings, is there anything in your Settings? (This button is on the same Connections tab, and refers to your Internet Service Provider's proxy, rather than a Local Area Network.)</font>
     
  5. JanuaryGirl

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    Sorry on the error code a little bit of typing error:D Anyway I checked the settings as suggested but I have no idea what is or isn't supposed to be there.
     
  6. hottesttotty

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    Are you on a home network, or at work, or just connected directly to the internet? That will us what settings you need to look for and should have.

    TT:)
     
  7. JanuaryGirl

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    I am working on my home computer with a dial up connection. Apparently I need my network proxy settings and I don't know where to find them, or even if i do find them what im supposed to do with them. Now I don't know if any of my settings are correct.:(
     
  8. hottesttotty

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    When you get into the settings, what IS there? Do you have the box checked to use a proxy server? If you're using a straight dial up connection that is just used by your computer alone, you do not need that. That would be the first thing I would check, since it's saying you have a proxy server, and you really don't.

    Let us know what is checked and we'll see if we can pin point it better for you!

    TT:)
     
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