DNS Error - I don't know what to do



tequesta
07-10-2005, 01:27 AM
GTS, when I read your post the only word that come to my mind was
"stupid", I forgot the system restore option !!!
I go to my friend's home, look for an system restore, and found one
from tuesday, do the system restore and everything return to normally.
The system resotre point was olther than the FTP Client install, but
doesn't matter.
Now, I explain to my friend how to do a system restore point every time
he install any software (is addicted to test).
Thanks a lot, GTS.
From Sunchales, Argentina

Tequesta


GTS Wrote:
> 1. Try going back with System Restore to just before he installed the
> FTP
> program.
> 2. If that fails, try netsh winsock reset catalog (SP2 syntax)
> netsh int ip reset c:\TCP-ResetLog.txt pre SP2 syntax
> 3. LSP-fix- http://www.cexx.org/lspfix.htm
> WinSock XP Fix http://www.spychecker.com/program/winsockxpfix.html
> --
>
> "tequesta" tequesta.1qrqdr@pcbanter.net wrote in message
> news:tequesta.1qrqdr@pcbanter.net...-
>
> Hi everybody.
> This is my problem: A friend of mine got XP Pro installed, yesterday,
> he try to install an FTP Client to upload some webpages (I don't know
> what FTP Client he try to install), after that, he can't access the
> web. An "DNS error" message occur when trying to access to any page.
> He got a direct connection to internet (broadband) with an IP
> address,
> default gateway and DNS #1 and #2 fixed and provided by his ISP
> He call me and I go to his home
> OK, I run AVG Antivirus, no virus found.
> The MS Antispyware don't detect anything.
> The Spybot S&D don't detect anything.
> The ADAWARE don't detect anything.
> I cameback whit the PC to my office and connect this one to my LAN.
> I reconfigure TCP/IP settings with my local settings and the problem
> remains.
> If I try to connect to another PC on my network usin Start-Run-
> \\hostname, everything go fine
> If I open an MS-DOS terminal, and ping to 192.168.76.xx, no problem,
> but if I try to ping to hostname, I got an error because host name
> resolution can't resolve the name.
> If I try to do a ping from my PC to the problematic PC, everything is
> going fine.
> I look accross the web and find a lot of data of how to discover this
> kind of problem and how to fix it. I do everything (disable services,
> delete the file host, delete and reconfigure all NIC, etc), but the
> problem remains.
> Have anybody any idea to solve this situation?
> Thanks in advance.
> (Sorry, my english is to poor)
> Thanks
> tequesta
>
>
> --
> tequesta-


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tequesta

GTS
07-10-2005, 01:28 AM
De nada.
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"tequesta" <tequesta.1qsnpp@pcbanter.net> wrote in message
news:tequesta.1qsnpp@pcbanter.net...
>
> GTS, when I read your post the only word that come to my mind was
> "stupid", I forgot the system restore option !!!
> I go to my friend's home, look for an system restore, and found one
> from tuesday, do the system restore and everything return to normally.
> The system resotre point was olther than the FTP Client install, but
> doesn't matter.
> Now, I explain to my friend how to do a system restore point every time
> he install any software (is addicted to test).
> Thanks a lot, GTS.
> From Sunchales, Argentina
>
> Tequesta
>
>
> GTS Wrote:
>> 1. Try going back with System Restore to just before he installed the
>> FTP
>> program.
>> 2. If that fails, try netsh winsock reset catalog (SP2 syntax)
>> netsh int ip reset c:\TCP-ResetLog.txt pre SP2 syntax
>> 3. LSP-fix- http://www.cexx.org/lspfix.htm
>> WinSock XP Fix http://www.spychecker.com/program/winsockxpfix.html
>> --


DNS Error - I don't know what to do