My computer won't connect to any of Google's servers. ANY of them. Gmail, docs, reader, nothin. I can visit youtube, but I cannot get to the log-in page. EVERY other site works pretty well. Heck, even using a site that uses a Recaptcha it doesn't load the recaptcha!Nothing wrong with my hosts file.
Tracert results in 6 successful hops and then times out (I think at my ISP?) the last 2 successful hops are chnddsrj01-ae2.0.rd.ph.cox.net And then langbprj02-ae2.rd.la.cox.net Then all time outs
My other PC is connected to the SAME wifi network right now, and I'm posting from it, and it works fine. Both are on XP. Reboots haven't worked. Happens on all browsers. Every other website I can find is just fine.
I have downloaded material to a site many years ago and now that site appears first when my name is typed at Google Search. The problem is that I've written many e-mails to the site manager and he is not answering. Is there any way to delete this site from my Google search?
I am now unable to access the internet with my Dell 560 running windows7. I have Verizon Fios for internet access. Windows network diagnostics reports that the connection between my access point,router or cable modem and the internet is broken and the network gateway is accessible but windows could not receive network traffic from the internet. Verizon's in-house -agent reports that there seems a connection problem between my router and the wall jack. I am able to access the internet with another computer and the the same router. I also have no problems with my iPad. I have interchanged cables and ports on the router.
I bought my laptop 4 weeks ago. It has Windows 8 on it. It worked great until this week. At first, Google Chrome quit working. Then IE quit. I connect wirelessly. It says it is strong, but no Internet access. I do have connectivity on my phone to that router.
Computer is Win 7, SP1 fully updated.I can browse to most other web site, but cannot go to Google or YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.
Tried a bunch of stuff like flushdns, winsock fix, clearing cache. Nothing works.Cannot ping to Google either.Gives in ip address but times out.Even when typing in the google ip that returns from the ping cmd it will not go to the web site.
we have two servers in our network, one functions as a file server (windows server 2008) and the other as a domain controller with active directory and some database applications running on it (windows SBS 2003). the file server has folders for the different units in our company, these are shared folders. these folders can be accessed by anyone with a domain login by running \servername from their computers, without any further authentication required.
i have tried to set up sharing restrictions with no success, for example the Accounts folder, i right click on it and select properties, and the sharing or security. under both tabs i added three names of those that i want to have access to the folder. these names appear in the sharing list together with:administrator(servernameadministrator) administrators (servernameadministrators) administrator systemeveryone has not been added as is the case with all other folders. what is this system on the list? how i can restrict access, perhaps there is a setting that i have missed or settings in the network that prevent these restrictions?
I cannot access google sites or services in any browser, tried Chrome, IE and firefox.I'm running Windows XP SP3. I can ping Google without issue. My hosts file is clean and I checked in the registry to make sure that the hosts file is where it is supposed to be. I had trouble finding one that worked but I configured Chrome to use an external proxy and it seemed to work, abeit too slowly to really tell. I did manage to get a Nigerian google page up though.I've flushed the DNS and switched to the free google DNS.Looking around I've seen similar issues with people using Linksys routers. I am not using a Linksys router. I am currently using my android phone as a hotspot.I am running a Windows 7 laptop on the same network with no issues and booting the same host into Vista also works fine.
Everytime i try to go to a site that uses a google server, i get the message "The server at www.google.com can't be found, because the DNS lookup failed. DNS is the web service that translates a website's name to its Internet address. This error is most often caused by having no connection to the Internet or a misconfigured network. It can also be caused by an unresponsive DNS server or a firewall preventing Google Chrome from accessing the network."
Our Exchange 2010 hub servers run multiple services/ports: smtp, www, pop3,135, 143, https, 993, 995, 6001,6002,6003,60200,60201,8400, and 8402 what is the best way of balancing these servers so that if only one of the services failed on a server, it would switch only the failed service to remaining servers. At present I only use an smtp probe, so as log as that sevrice is running the server is marked good.
I have a WRT54G that has worked fine for years, with some PCs hooked up with Ethernet and various other devices connected wirelessly. I came home this afternoon and nothing going through the router could connect to the internet. I've made no changes to anything recently.
I did troubleshooting with Comcast, and we determined that when their modem was hooked up directly to my computer then that computer could connect to the net. Problem solved as far as they are concerned--my router is busted. But I can still connect to the router, and enter its admin screen, and everything looks fine there. The computers on the router can all see each other. So the router is working.
Once I hooked it back up to the modem my computers all lost their internet, but the router does get an IP successfully from Comcast. And it even assigns IPs to my computers that are hooked up to it. It's just that for some reason they still cannot get past the router.I used the ping function in the router admin site and the router pinged Google no problem. My PCs can ping the router without difficulty. But the computers cannot ping Google.
I've tried every combination of power cycles and reboots you can name. I've tried duplicating the MAC address of the PC that connected to the internet onto my router. None of it has made any difference.
MY ISP installed one router in my lab.for internet connectivity they mail me steps :connect your Laptop directly to gi0/3 port to check internet connectivity with public ip 1.1.1.x and Gateway 22.214.171.124 with subnet mask 255.255.255.240 after connection I surprised because I am able to access only google sites like gmail,google search etc. but I am able to ping/traceroute all sites.from browser I am able to access only google sites only.In Router no firewall no such access list.
Both run Win 7; both use lan conections to the same router (Linksys 310N). Both get to the internet. And while the network map shows both of them, they are both unreachable. BUT NOT ALWAYS. Sometimes, maybe after several hours of uptime, they can access eachother. And the printers, which are wired into the desktop, then can be used by the notebook. BUT not always. Like now, all my printers are "offline" as far as the notebook is concerned.There are also wireless connections but currently I don't use them. Both machines are on the same-named connection. Homegroup doesn't work at all on either computer. I would really like to print from the notebook. All the printers are wired into the desktop. All are shared. Yesterday I could print from the notebook. On occasion, the homegroup shows both computers but hasn't for a while. In File Explorer, on the notebook, not even the notebook appears under the Network icon.
I have a new HP Pavilion g7 running Windows 7. I have a desktop running Windows XP wired to a TEW432BRP router. SEveral wireless devices run on the wireless (Ipod, playstation, Acer netbook) When I turn on the switch for wireless connectivitiy on the HP notebook (still not connected to the Internet) all my other computers and device disconnect from the Internet. The Internet cycles on and off until I switch the wireless switch off and everything reconnects. If I try to connect the notebook to the network it will eventually after 15-20 tries connect. The Internet connection at that point becomes stable and everything is connected. If the notebook sleeps, everything disconnects again.I have tried changing both the dynamic and static IP address. I have download updates for BIOS and the network adaptor. On the notebook, I have changed the Internet protocol to use just 4
I am running Windows 7, Time Warner Cable is my ISP, I am using a Netgear wireless router, and a netgear wireless card to access the signal
The problem started a week ago. While playing online video games (Battlefield 2), I will get a message on my screen telling me theres a problem with my connection. Sometimes it will only freeze up for 5-7 seconds, and sometimes it is up long enough to make me lose connection to the server.I am not having ping problems, the server is not kicking me for that.All background programs are closed, ive tried restarting everything I have thats related to internet and my computer.
I installed LMS 4.0.1 and every module works from the local server. Http login from a remote system, topology services does not start, complains about java version. I followed the link to install the java version, it then complains about some Ansiserver stuff.
the client os is win7 64 bits, eplorer version is 7.
have an Inspiron N5030 (Model 5030-8277) which says it runs Windows 7 as a 64 bit OS. When I looked in the System Properties it confirmed it was a 64 bit OS.
However, upon trying to load the Windows 8 Consumer Preview (through VM Ware 8 - which has worked on my other 64 bit system so its not the file which is corrupt or the wrong VM Ware) the OS doesn't load in the virtual machine due to my system apparently being 32-bit and therefore incompatible with a 64-bit .iso file...
I have updated my BIOS to the most recent version available for my model.
So am I actually running on 64-bit or do I need to download specific drivers?
in connecting my Hp Desktop to the internet. The PC is connected to my home network and I am able to download my email, I am able to print from the PC to my wireless pronter over the home network. All other PCs and devices in the hosue connect no problem.I have tried numerous solutions but still unable to resolve. I tried to hard wire it to the network, but I get Local access only. I am using Windows 7 operating system. I am connected to a netgear router.
I have three computers (all hp): a netbook running 32-bit Windows 7 starter, a laptop running 64-bit windows 7 premium and a desktop recently upgraded to 64-bit windows 7 premium. The desktop was previously running vista, and the network worked fine under vista.The computers can ping one another by IP address.
I've come across an older IBM ThinkPad 2687 via work that was just collecting dust, and it was able to connect to a wireless network.Due to other issues with the machine, I had to do a complete refresh on it, so it only had the XP OS.
I had to update the drivers to make sure other things like connecting to a flash drive, and connecting to a local area was possible, which is how I'm able to connect now.However, I've been unable to access the wireless connection within Network connections. I've downloaded the different drivers from the Lenovo IBM ThinkPad website, but still no luck.
I have "Xtreme" internet service with Time Warner Cable, and it isn't so Xtreme. The modem/wireles router is the Ubee DDW3611.I was doing some work earlier this morning, and the lawn mower guy was here in the back doing his thing. All of a sudden the internet goes out. I see that damn dreaded yellow exclamation mark in the taskbar superimposed over the wireless internet icon. My first thought was that the lawn dude ran over some wires.I went outside to see if any wires were exposed or had been damaged. I noticed about a yard of wire was exposed above ground, but did not appear to have any damage.Anyway, I've been trying for the past few hours to fix this darn thing (before the technician gets here around 4pm). I've tried all the simple stuff like reset the modem, restart, mess with dns settings, but I have no idea where to go after this.
Here is what I get when I go to cmd > ipconfig /all:
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601] Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:Windowssystem32>ipconfig /all Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Xenfi_Javier Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
I was online then all of a sudden i got disconnected and now it won't show any network available. My other laptop and xboxes are online just fine, so I know then it's an issue with my one laptop. But I don't know how to fix it. No networks are found at all and internet only works when it's wired. I have a HP laptop running windows 7.How do I get my network to show up so I can have wirless internet again? Someone thought maybe new drivers but no clue what I really need to download. I only know basics of computer stuff.
I'm setting up a new computer and I'm having trouble getting it connected to the internet. It's an Acer (model: Aspire M3910) running Windows 7. I have it plugged into a jack that I know works (other computers can connect on it), but when I type in ipconfig, I get this:Code: C:Usersamy delvecchio>ipconfig. [code]
How to be able to get AP1252AG-E-K9 running against Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 IAS.I am getting these errors:
RADIUS/DECODE: convert VSA string; FAIL RADIUS/DECODE: cisco VSA type 1; FAILRADIUS/DECODE: VSA; FAILRADIUS/DECODE: decoder; FAIL RADIUS/DECODE: attribute Vendor-Specific; FAIL RADIUS/DECODE: parse response op decode; FAILRADIUS/DECODE: Case error(no response/ bad packet/ op decode);parse response; FAIL