Some browsers cannot access the net


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    Some browsers cannot access the net


    Some browsers cannot access the net. Firefox can but not the rest - Chrome, Opera CDragon.
    I have uninstalled Comodo - no change.

    Where do I look?
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    AaLF said:
    Some browsers cannot access the net. Firefox can but not the rest - Chrome, Opera CDragon.
    I have uninstalled Comodo - no change.

    Where do I look?
    Firefox can access the internet so your network configuration is fine. Even internet explorer can't access internet on that pc?

    What error message do you get?
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    Firefox & Internet Explorer can access the net. But Chrome & Comodo Dragon & QT Web & Iron cannot.
    Its on both PCs. I had Win7FW & WFN (notifier) running. Replaced with comodo. WFN was removed via the highlight & delete function from programs folder. It doesn't appear in Revo's uninstaller.
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    Comodo Dragon & QT Web & Iron => they are based on same framework (WEBKIT) as chrome.
    Maybe reinstalling them and/or chrome will solve the problem.

    Did you try disabling all virusscanners/firewalls (temporary)?
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    Found the problem............ after I uninstalled the AV & FW. It was win7 FW. Needed a reset to default settings. Probably confused after being indecently assaulted by multiple external FWs & AVs in one day.

    All's well that ends well. Case solved.
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    External firewalls don't change win7fw. Unless.... they are just a fancy interface to win7fw. WoKhan Is what you used??? It's simply a win7fw configuration tool. Simply uninstall it won't revert the configuration modifications.

    Glad you fixed the problem
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    Also found I had installed tinywall but forgot about it & installed Comodo over the top of it.
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    AaLF said:
    Also found I had installed tinywall but forgot about it & installed Comodo over the top of it.
    Problems has been solved now? Never use two or more firewalls!
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