|13 Feb 2011||#1|
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Networking Posting instructions
When Posting a Thread about network or internet Issues there are some information needed before we can Suggest a Solution So Please Read this with care
This may take some time
Along when creating a Thread about Wireless problems please Upload an Image of your IPCONFIG,
To do this Please Follow these Steps:
1. Click Start>All Programs>Accessories
a. Right Click on Command Prompt and click on Run as Administrator2. Once the Command Prompt windows Opens Please type in the following code
a. This Will Provide some Information please Upload a Snip of the Information when you Create the Thread -3. After you have done that Please Run the Attached File AS ADMINISTRATOR Before you Post your Thread
The File will Flush you DNS Cache and Restore the HOSTS File
BE WARNED, ONCE THE FILE HAS FINISHED IT WILL RESTART YOUR COMPUTER AND DELETE THE FILE
The Attached file contains the following information:
@Echo on pushd\windows\system32\drivers\etc attrib -h -s -r hosts echo 127.0.0.1 localhost>HOSTS attrib +r +h +s hosts popd ipconfig /release ipconfig /renew ipconfig /flushdns netsh winsock reset all netsh int ip reset all shutdown -r -t 1 del %0
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|04 Jan 2013||#7|
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I just worked on a system where Network access became painfully slow for opening Browser pages, downloading files, etc.
I reset the Router, and access was still slow.
I ran the FlushDNS.bat file (on multiple Win 7 machines), and that fixed the issue.
Thanks Shadowjk for the BAT file, I'd rep you if I could for this.
Note: I added a pause statement before the shutdown, so I could review what happened before the CMD window closed...
Thanks again and nice work
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