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MineCoast
Premium
join:2004-10-06
127.0.0.1

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reply to Hall

Re: Web/HTTP access doesn't work, PING does

Try the following on the command line.

Netsh int ip reset reset.log (the command above is incorrect)

netsh int ip delete arpcache (this doesn't appear to have been tried)

Reboot after running these. It should resolve your issue.

If that does not resolve issue, uninstall/reinstall NIC drivers. Disable TCP/IP Version 6 if it's installed as well.

Frohike
Premium
join:2000-07-23
Waxahachie, TX
kudos:4

1 edit
said by MineCoast:

Try the following on the command line.

Netsh int ip reset reset.log (the command above is incorrect)

netsh int ip delete arpcache (this doesn't appear to have been tried)

Reboot after running these. It should resolve your issue.

If that does not resolve issue, uninstall/reinstall NIC drivers. Disable TCP/IP Version 6 if it's installed as well.
netsh int ip reset reset.log or netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt will both work.

Its not his NIC drivers - the NIC works fine in safemode.

As I said before - there is software loading in regular mode that is interfering with the HTTP that doesn't load in safemode.

If you can't seem to find it - can try system restore back to a date it was working and hope that system restore removes the program(s) in question. Which is never a guarantee.


Hall
Premium,MVM
join:2000-04-28
Germantown, OH
kudos:2
reply to MineCoast
said by MineCoast:

Netsh int ip reset reset.log (the command above is incorrect)
I didn't have any luck with the exact wording either. The resetlog file didn't look "right". I found the KB at MS and it was worded a bit different. Ran that and the resetlog file was full of entries.
said by MineCoast:

netsh int ip delete arpcache (this doesn't appear to have been tried)
Will try that.
said by MineCoast:

If that does not resolve issue, uninstall/reinstall NIC drivers. Disable TCP/IP Version 6 if it's installed as well.
Nothing is wrong with the NIC. It works in Safe Mode and things like PING work in normal mode. I haven't tried the wired connection but the owner said he tried both wired and wireless and got same problem. IPv6 is already disabled (not installed).


Hall
Premium,MVM
join:2000-04-28
Germantown, OH
kudos:2
reply to MineCoast
said by MineCoast:

netsh int ip delete arpcache (this doesn't appear to have been tried)
Returned "ok"