Quote: Originally Posted by Avidly awaiting
Well I definitely don't have mcaffe installed and never have. And I can't seem to find bonjour anywhere in my services, unless its called something else. . .
Oh and I should also mention that ipv6 is showing up as having "no network access"
Yes bonjour is called something else, it will say ID string followed by a bunch of numbers and it's usually at the top of the Windows services page, you need to disable that one as it causes problems on many systems.
As for the browser's not being able to go anywhere, that usually has to do with winsock or the TCP/IP stack being corrupted.
Winsock entries tells Windows 7 how to access your network services. Additionally, your TCP/IP protocol can be corrupted. The TCP/IP protocol is a stack of 4 layers that includes several transport layers, but when this stack is corrupt you will constantly have connectivity issues. Type the following two commands one at a time into an elevated command prompt, hit enter after each one then reboot the machine.
netsh winsock reset catalog (reset winsock entries)
netsh int ip reset reset.log hit (reset TCP/IP stack)
If you are only able to go to Google sites that may have to do with an outdated modem being used.