XP & Internet : Big problems

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  1. UP6502

    UP6502 New Member

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    Hi all...

    I appealed to you because I have not found a solution.

    My config: P4/3.2Ghz/2M.Ram & XP/sp3

    This configuration works wonder fully since 1997.

    First of all, I must tell you the story...

    Surroundings 15 days ago around 17:00 I extinguished the PC.

    Icome to 23h00 and turn on the PC for watching a movie.

    And big surprise : Error 'c000021a' at startup.
    After looking at a friends, I found solutions.

    Reinstall XP not question, almost 20 years of config It's a hell to reinstall
    all programs and various things. The remust be a manual solution.

    There fore solution to the barbarian.
    With an another P4 and same config : XP/sp3, I copy the altered files.
    With a boot 'liveCD' I delivered all this in place, and miracle, I picked up the hand on my machine.
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    After :
    A test of discs: OK
    A test of the registry:OK

    Everything work again well except one thing: Internet...

    The server 'DNS 'work salmost well.
    The 'DHCP' works very well.
    My connection works very well and this just a Windows XP problem.

    My LAN works fine behind the XP firewall.

    I use times the 'TOR' network, it works very well.

    On the other hand, the 'normal' internet access no longer works.
    (IExplorer, Firefox, Opera) nothing works. Unable to connect a page.)

    I must have missing files or altered, but I nolonger know what to do, and most importantly, I do not want
    crach my XP and lose everything.

    I am currently on a PIII/866 plugged in to the 'Box' and everything works well.
    ( Network and Internet) this is not a problem of ''BOX'
    It is with him thatI just signed up ont his forum and posted this message.
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    Could you direct me to a solution?
    What would be the appropriate files?
    Miss you there are things in the registry database?
    Would it be a DNS (windows) problem?
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    Thank you in advance on this day just sunny.
     
  2. Josephur

    Josephur Windows Forum Admin
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    Start with doing "sfc /scannow" at the command prompt, and also there was a program called dial-a-fix back in the day which fixed tons of problems with XP with simplicity.
     
  3. UP6502

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    Thank @Jopsephu...
    The 'SFC' solution to work.
    On the other hand, I was forced todo 3 times.
    And Internet works again.
    Thousand again thanks...
     
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    Josephur Windows Forum Admin
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    No problem can you please mark my post as "best answer" ? Thanks.
     
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