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XxAkiraxX Nov 12, 2005 12:39 PM

help with internet please
 
i built my computer week ago.. but i think my internet is messed up... my old computer which is way worse then my new one gets better connection in games for some reason... and my old computer DOESNT freeze sometimes on a game i play called runescape... also when i goto my control panel then my network connections..i goto "Local Area Connection" .. and when i try repair the "Local Area Connection" it says "Windows could not finish repairing the problem because the following action cannot be completed: Clearing NetBT" .. i have no idea what to do.. also when i 1st built the comptuer i had trouble getting the internet to work.. i have no idea how i got it to work either.. also when i couldnt get on the internet when i first built the computer... also when i goto toast.net and do the internet speed test its way slower on my new computer then on my old one.. can anyone help me? also when i goto network connections in control panel.. then goto properties, i cant uninstall "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" for some reason and im using Windows XP Pro.

Nastynann Nov 30, 2005 09:10 PM

Frankly there are to many variables to nail down exactly what may be adversly affecting your throughput on teh new computer. I'd have to talk to you over the phone or be there in person, none of which is going to happen. In regards to the TCP/IP stack possibly being corrupt, which I doubt, here is the process to rebuild the stack
quite often the problem with a faulty network connection is due to the TCP/IP stack being corrupted or not properly bound. Starting with WinXP Microsoft has disabled the ability to uninstall TCP/IP. So what are you to do if you suspect that all that is needed is a clean install of the TCP/IP stack? Luckily it is fairly easy to rebuild the stack to the prsitine conditions that it was in on a clean install using the NetShell utiltiy.

Here is how:

Go to your command prompt and type the following:

netsh int ip reset [ log_file_name ]

A log file name must be specified in order to succesfully execute the netsh command. This file will log all the actions taken by netsh.

Sample:

netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt
netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt



The only difference between these two is that the first will create the log in the current directory while the second specifies where tho log is to be created. After creating the log you can use notepad or any other text editor to see exactly what changes were made.


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