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What do you see in Control Panel -> Network Connection? 4. The suggestions above haven't worked for me, but this one did. Report ljeffwilliams 1Posts Thursday December 24, 2009Registration date December 25, 2009 Last seen - Dec 25, 2009 06:58AM I tried following your directions, but when I click on properties I get close your internet explorer browser and reopen it... weblink

yOU ARE THE MAN! Report eli- Mar 26, 2010 03:43AM also something like that happens to me once and was windows firewall IE was marked as an exception so uncheck that by right clicking in Click the Preferences button. Make and exact model and hardware version of the router (if a separate unit). click

Check The Firewall Settings For The Http Port (80) Https Port (443) And Ftp (21)

Rebooted, and they both worked briefly, but back to same trouble. Request timed out. Specifically the <00> GROUP registered names? I heard there was an attack on Explorer last week and that's when mine went down.

ipfw and ip_fw They were both on either side of ip6fw which I left alone. The others didnt..thanks Report Luke- May 1, 2010 07:57PM This worked great. The bottom line is that removing everything having to do with that missing file (files?) did work and I for one am really happy that that project is over! Windows Xp Firewall the odd thing is, I tried uninstalling avast, then I was able to use my browser without a problem, but I have to have an antivirus software in the computer.

CNN uses many servers, those are probably correct. I gave it yet another Positive Vote. Only when I type it in. not sure how the setting got changed..

that fixed the problem quick!! Malwarebytes However when I boot it up normally it gets the same error. It didn't work. When IPCONFIG /ALL is used they both have the same information, they are identical.

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Must be something with my Firewall... http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/internet-connection-issues Report Ap› Jassi Bains - Feb 26, 2010 02:21PM Oh! Check The Firewall Settings For The Http Port (80) Https Port (443) And Ftp (21) Ken Back to top #7 kfc kfc Topic Starter Members 6 posts OFFLINE Local time:07:15 PM Posted 10 January 2009 - 10:35 PM I tried disabling my firewall and that Http Https Ftp Connectivity Error This is probably caused by firewall settings for the HTTP port (80), HTTPS port (443) and FTP port (21).

Here is what I suggest, run HIJACKTHIS --> http://www.networktechs.com/ on the DOWNLOADS page on EACH LOGON... have a peek at these guys If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. Advertisement phatuesday Thread Starter Joined: Nov 10, 2009 Messages: 5 After running the Network Diagnostic for Windows XP the following message is displayed. "Windows cannot connect to internet using http https there's my homepage! Firewall Settings Windows Xp

warn HTTP: Error 12029 connecting to www.microsoft.com: A connection with the server could not be established warn HTTP: Error 12029 connecting to www.hotmail.com: A connection with the server could not be click apply and then OK... Big-up! http://urldt.com/windows-xp/internet-explorer-cannot-connect-http-https-or-ftp.html And System Restore is not an option as all previous restore points fail to work after this AVP program got into the system.

However when I looked at running processes in the Task Manager I noticed that it was running. I've searched this site and Googled it and nothing. by MarkFlax Forum moderator / May 21, 2010 9:07 PM PDT In reply to: IE8 Opening Problem Yes that's great Mike.That About:Blank is likely because I asked you to delete your

By the way, this all started because of malicious software that attacked my pc.

Thoughts anyone? Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage Granite Nov 5, 2010 12:36 AM (in response to Granite) Forgot to mention I'm running win xp Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 2. If both are active that they SHOULD be different in the 3r octet of the IP Address (xxx.xxx.yyy.1, where the yyy is). Re: Help...

Facebook Twitter Google+ YouTube LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Newsletters RSS Search Free Sign Up Login Home Forum How To Download News Encyclopedia High-Tech Health Free Sign Up Language English Español Deutsch Français right click on the icon for Local Area Connection and choose properties 4. I'm SO GLAD that i don't have to do a reinstall of XP!Mike Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Great news, and well done for fixing it. this content Eli's suggestions worked like a charm!

Report samsiteone- Oct 3, 2009 10:21PM It ain't Avast it's Zone alarm, I guarantee it.