|17 Jan 2010||#1|
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no internet after scandisk
First of all, I would like to say hello
Recently I was formatting my pc, beacuse of lack of some '/system32' files (don't ask...) and it involved massive file movement. Due to heavy disk usage I decided to defragment and run scandisk. defragmentation went good (though I couldn't defragment my 'd' partition). When I started scandisk on d:\ it said that disk is being used and asked if I want to force it to stop - YES. after a while I got bored and decided, that I need some fun (by fun I mean COD:MW2) and aborted it. I couldn't gain acces to d: so I rebooted my machine. Everything seems to be working ok - except for INTERNET! I tried system restore, changing from DHCP to static, pinging (pings to gateway with static IP work, pings to internet - not)... Now I'm writing from my LiveCD linux and internet is working perfectly good.
P.S. I know it isn't correct forum for it, but I need answer fast, so I ask here: what are original permissions on partitions? because I think that that's screwed to...
P.P.S. If I made mistakes - I'm horribly sorry. It's not my native language
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|17 Jan 2010||#2|
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I got back to Windows, tried allmost all (if not all) solutions found here and still no progress. Could anyone PLEASE help me? It's not funny anymore... No internet for 15h! Is this problem so hard to resolve it? :/ Or maybe I'm so dumb, that I can't see the solution? Either way PLEASE help me! I BEG YOU! And before You will ask - no, I'm not 13. I'm 22 and I need internets like hell!
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