All normal web browsers on all computers on my home network can not connect to most or all webpages. sometimes I can get google.ca to open but not always. Windows Update connects. Online games also work. The only web browser that I can use is Tor Browser I think because Tor gives me a different IP address. I have been reading fourms and trying everything to fix the problem for about a week now but nothing has worked so far. I have searched for malware and viruses, I have done the ipconfig stuff, I have tried everything I could find online only difference is I have not seen anyone else mention that Tor Browser is working for them and I feel like this is a major clue to what the problem is. Im starting to think that my IP is being blocked on purpose. I have even had my ISP remote connect to my computer and they did a few tracert tests and say that the information is getting lost along the way and said they would work on it but it has been days with no change. Any thoughts? Please help!
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In order to find out what is going on you really need to start with the basics. On your computer open a command prompt. Under Start, All Programs, Accessories, Command prompt. You will get a window that takes you to the old msdos prompt.
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I think that in his last paragraph "If you get something like ..", rch [Rodney] meant "If you did not get something like.."
However. You do realise that you can copy from a cmd window? Rclick in top border for best use of options. Then we don't get typos.
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