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Windows 7: use the following dns server addresses...possible malware?

15 Apr 2014   #1

windows 7 home premium x64
use the following dns server addresses...possible malware?


I have some problem connecting to internet lately (past 2-weeks, perhaps)...I could connect to wifi, but not access internet.

I finally discovered that "use the following dns server addresses" was directed to 2-addresses.
I reset to "obtain dns server address automatically" and everything works fine now.

my concern is whether some malware/virus/trojan could have been at work since I don't know why it would have not been set to automatic all along.
is there a way to retrieve what was the IP addresses in the box "use the following dns server addresses", as I did not take note of them before changing, and how long this had been in effect?

thank you

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15 Apr 2014   #2

Win7 H.Prem. 32bit+SP1

Hi pson, if you set the DNS servers in your router, it will override your pc.
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