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Failed to Query TCP/IP

Click START then RUN. You will then see a box to type in. Delete whatever in in there and type CMD. Then click OK. Type in :- netsh winsock reset Then press ENTER and restart your computer. Next, repeat the first part of the previous step. (Click START then RUN. You will then see a box to type in. Delete whatever in in there and type CMD. Then click OK.) Type in :- netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt Then press ENTER and restart your computer again. This should start your Winsock from a clean slate..

How do I enable Windows Wireless Manager for Win2k, Xp and Vista

Windows 2000 Windows 2000 users must have Service Pack 4 installed to activate Wireless Zero Configuration.
  • Click on Start and Settings and Control Panel
  • Choose Administrative Tools and Services
  • In the Services box scroll down the list of Services until you find the one labelled Wireless Configuration and double click it.
  • In the Wireless Configuration Properties (Local Computer) window change the Startup type to Automatic
  • Click on Start , once the service has started click on OK

If Clearing the ARP Cache Fails

Occasionally, clearing your ARP cache will fail due to a bug in Microsoft Windows. If you try to use Microsoft Windows to repair the network connection, you will receive an error message that says: Windows could not finish repairing the problem because the following operation could not be completed: Clearing the ARP cache For assistance, contact the person who manages your network This bug occurs when Routing and Remote Services is enabled. Routing and Remote Services is almost unnnecessary and can be turned off unless you know that you are using it.

How to repair your corrupt TCP/IP stack

Have you lost your ability to surf the web? Have you lost connectivity to your network? Can't release & renew your ip configuration? Can't ping your NIC card (localhost)? You may have a corrupt TCP/IP stack. The following steps will show you how to repair your corrupt TCP/IP stack. Steps Step One Go to your command prompt window. Start> Programs> Accessories> Command Prompt (Windows XP). The command prompt window will appear. Step Two In the command line type: netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt . Press enter. Step Three


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0x800CCC0D is basically a failure to establish a connection. It can be caused by a number of different things. The error message will usually indicate what the problem is. An example of what this error looks like is: The most common causes of this error are: - Incorrect server address - Incorrect port number - Secure connection (SSL) or Secure Password Authentication settings


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