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Old 09-23-2010, 10:15 AM   #1
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Hello,
I have windows 7 Ultimate, and it can't connect to the internet.
It gives me an error number 868 . I've been searching the web for solution, but couldn't understand a thing.
In addition,I have a router TL-WR841N.
Umm... it started to give me this error since 3 days ago.
Thanks for help :) and sorry ofor my English
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Old 09-23-2010, 02:41 PM   #2
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Hi and welcome to TSF can you please clarify when you get the error message is it when you are trying to run internet explorer,or when trying to connect to the router, please be as clear as you can on when it happens

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Hi,
This problem occurs when i try to connect to the modem(internet) NOT ie .
I searched for viruses,used Ccleaner,Malware and still no luck.
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Hi please be patient I have asked someone from networking to take a lokk at your issue
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Hello,

Is this a Wired or Wireless connection issue? Are using any Firewalls or Security Software such as Norton, McAfee or ZoneAlarm?

Check if your browser has any proxy setting, remove it if you do. Here's how.

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If above suggestion didn't work, please restart your computer Tap F8 then select Safe Mode with Networking. See if your able to connect.

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Hello,

Is this a Wired or Wireless connection issue? Are using any Firewalls or Security Software such as Norton, McAfee or ZoneAlarm?

Check if your browser has any proxy setting, remove it if you do. Here's how.

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If above suggestion didn't work, please restart your computer Tap F8 then select Safe Mode with Networking. See if your able to connect.

Please post an update.
Thanks for the reply.
It is a Wired connection. Firewall is turned on ofcourse. I don't use any of the security softwares you mentioned, what I do use are: Avira Premmium Anti-Virus, MalwareBytes and Ccleaner.
I'll try the method you told me about the proxy and will give back an answer.
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Careful with the Ccleaner. I personally do not use and will not recommend it. It'll just give you more trouble.
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Careful with the Ccleaner. I personally do not use and will not recommend it. It'll just give you more trouble.
Could you tell me why?
And thanks alot!!! you helped me to get my internet(solve the problem)!!!
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The Registry cleaning part might potentially harm the O/S. You may use it to clean cookies, and web history. I only used it once and the outcome wasn't good at all.
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Which task worked for you so that it will benefit others?
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And thanks alot!!! you helped me to get my internet(solve the problem)!!!
You're very Welcome!
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Which task worked for you so that it will benefit others?
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I used the one with the proxy settings.(1st method)
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Glad that's an easy fix for you.

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