May 172010
 

There may be instances when all possible solutions to fix your network internet problems may TCP/IP stack may help in this case.

Microsoft has released a new tool to do this for you or you can manually reset TCP/IP.


Microsoft Fix it

The tool “Microsoft Fix it” should help reset TCP/IP in Windows 7. Click here to download from microsoft website.
Reset TCP/IP manually

To reset TCP/IP manually, run the following:

1.Click Start – type “cmd” in Search. Right-click “cmd” and select “Run as administrator”

2. From the command prompt,

netsh int ip reset logfile.txt

This should reset TCP/IP and log the changes to the log file (logfile.txt) in the current directory from where it was run. You may specifiy an absolute path like c:\logfile.txt.

3. Restart the computer for the changes to take effect.

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