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Get Help With (Winsock Error) Messages:

September 29th, 2011 Posted in Computer Errors, Network Errors Comments Off on Get Help With (Winsock Error) Messages:

 

Winsock is commonly used by those who access a network with their computers. When there is the need for a Winsock fix, it is typically because the user can’t access the internet or the network properly.

 

What is a Winsock Fix?

Winsock is an acronym that many years of computing got from ‘Windows Sockets API.’ Winsock is how Windows networking software accesses services on the network, so it makes sense that a Winsock fix is needed whenever there is a Winsock problem. There are a number of problems that can arise as a result of a Winsock error and these problems are usually made known when a pop up error message comes up.

 

What Causes a Winsock Fix to be Needed?

A Winsock fix will usually be needed as the errors will not allow a user to do even the most basic of tasks on their computer or their computer’s network. For example, you might not be able to log onto the internet or you might get booted off as soon as you get on. These problems can arise as a result of malware infections on your computer or they can be due to corrupt files on your computer’s registry.

 

How to Conduct a Winsock Fix

As there are many Winsock errors that can arise, there will therefore be multiple solutions for your Winsock fix. However, there are three common fixes that may help with the majority of the Winsock problems you might be experiencing.

 

Solution 1: Update Windows

Steps:

  1. Start your computer (Use F8 to initiate Safe Mode if you want to play it ultra safe).
  2. Click on the Start Button.
  3. Click on All Programs.
  4. Click on Windows Update.
  5. Follow the on screen prompts.
  6. Restart your computer once the update is completed.

 

Solution 2: Malware Scan

Steps:

  1. Turn your computer on.
  2. Locate the icon for your anti-malware software on your desktop or lower toolbar.
  3. Double click the icon.
  4. Run a ‘Complete System’ malware scan.
  5. Delete any malware found.
  6. Restart your computer to allow changes to take effect.

 

Solution 3: Do a System Restore Back

Steps:

  1. Start your computer (Use F8 to initiate Safe Mode if you want to play it ultra safe).
  2. Click the Start Button.
  3. Click ‘Control Panel’.
  4. Click ‘System’
  5. Go to ‘System Protection’ tab.
  6. Click ‘System Restore’
  7. Click ‘Apply’
  8. Click ‘OK’
  9. Restart your computer to allow changes to take effect.

 

This should get your computer back to normal by helping you execute a Winsock fix, allowing you to get back to the internet and your network. Good luck!

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Solve a Slow Internet connection

September 25th, 2011 Posted in Internet Error, Network Errors, PC Performance Comments Off on Solve a Slow Internet connection

 

The internet has become an important part of our daily lives and when we have a slow internet connection it can not only be excruciatingly frustrating but it can also affect business. There are a number of things that can cause slow internet and here is a brief overview of troubleshooting solutions.

 

What Causes the Internet to be slow?

A slow internet connection can be the result of a number of issues including trouble with a home network, interference with a wireless signal or configuration problems with a broadband router.

 

How to Fix having a Slow Internet connection?

In order to find a solution to a slow internet connection you will have to troubleshoot a few potential problems to determine and correct the issue.

 

Solution one: Router

When configured improperly the broadband router, which is the core of a home network, can be a likely culprit for slowing your internet connection

Steps:

  1. With your router connected and turned on, connect to the internet via a web browser.
  2. Use the router’s administration tool by entering the router’s address in the URL bar. The address of your router can be found in the documentation provided by the router’s manufacturer, however many are either http://192.168.0.1 or http://192.168.1.1.  The internet does not have to be functioning properly for you to go to this address.
  3. At the prompt for the username and password you will enter the information provided by the documentation from the manufacturer. Often the default for these are “admin”.
  4. At the prompting input the internet connection information that was given to you by your internet provider. You may also need to input the PPPoE password and username if you are using a DSL connection, although this varies and will be given to you by the internet provider as well.
  5. You will now need to verify that the network connection is working properly from your router to your computer. This can be seen on some routers by an indicator light, or you can check to see if the computer has received an IP address from the router.
  6. To check your IP address click on the Windows Start icon and then click Run
  7. Type winipcfg in the box that appears and press enter. This will give you your IP address should you have received one.

 

Solution two: Troubleshooting other options

There are several other possible reasons why you may have a Slow Internet connection and here are some troubleshooting steps that you can take to find the problem.

Steps:

  1. It is possible, if you are using a wireless connection, that you are experiencing a slow internet connection because of signal interference. This can be from other wireless networks in a close proximity, or other devices sending interfering signals. Try and reposition your router so that it may reduce this problem, or move it entirely so that it may be out of range from other interference.
  2. A Slow Internet connection may also be the result of programs that are running in the background and utilizing most of your network resources without you knowing it. Try closing unnecessary programs that may be using up valuable resources.
  3. A Slow Internet Connection is often due to an internet worm. This is a program that infected your computer and is now working through your network using your resources without your knowledge. This can be a simple solution fixed by running your current antivirus program.

 

I sincerely hope that one of these solutions will fix your slow internet connection and I thank you for visiting our site. Good luck and please let me know if I can help in any other way.

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How to Fix Invalid IP Address Errors on Your Computer

September 25th, 2011 Posted in Network Errors Comments Off on How to Fix Invalid IP Address Errors on Your Computer

 

What Is an Invalid IP Address Error?

If you’ve removed Norton Antivirus from your computer, or you’re attempting to connect to the Internet upon purchasing a new modem or Internet service, you may get an Invalid IP Address Error if the client doesn’t boot up correctly.

 

What Causes a Windows Invalid IP Address Error?

An Invalid IP Address Error can occur if a computer with a Windows operating system doesn’t get an IP address from the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) from the service provider. It may also occur if the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol doesn’t initialize as it should when Norton Antivirus software is removed from the computer leaving a SYMTDI dependency.

 

How to Fix Windows Invalid IP Address Errors

Below are two solutions to help you fix an Invalid IP Address error that may occur on your computer. Use Solution 1 with a Windows Vista operating system if the issue is with a modem. Use Solution 2 if you’ve removed Norton Antivirus software from your computer.

 

Solution 1: Disable DHCP Broadcast flag

Steps:

  1. Back up your system registry. (Because you will be making changes to your computer’s registry with the steps below, it’s critical you follow these steps exactly. The backup suggested here provides added protection in case something goes wrong. For information on backing up your system registry, go to: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/322756/).
  2. Go to Start.
  3. In the Start Search box type in regedit.
  4. Select reedit from the Programs listing.
  5. Type your password if prompted for it and Continue.
  6. Locate the following subkey: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters\Interfaces\ {GUID}
  7. Click on the registry subkey in Step 5.
  8. Click the GUID subkey in the above registry path that goes with the network adapter connected to the network.
  9. Go to the Edit menu.
  10. Go to New.
  11. Click DWORD (32-bit) Value.
  12. Type DhcpConnEnableBcastFlagToggle in New Value #1 box.
  13. Click on OK.
  14. Close out of the Registry Editor.
  15. Try reinstalling and rebooting the modem with the computer.

 

Solution 2: Remove SYMTDI

Steps:

  1. Back up your system registry. (Because you will be making changes to your computer’s registry with the steps below, it’s critical you follow these steps exactly. The backup suggested here provides added protection in case something goes wrong. For information on backing up your system registry, go to: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/322756/).
  2. Go to Start.
  3. Select Run.
  4. In the box type in regedit.
  5. Click on OK.
  6. Look for the Registry key showing: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\DHCP DependOnService
  7. Remove SYMTDI from the dependency list to edit the value.
  8. Restart your computer.

 

One of these solutions should resolve an Invalid IP Address Error on your computer. Let me know if you have additional questions. Good luck!

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Fix NAT Error: Making A Shared IP Address Work

September 11th, 2011 Posted in Internet Error, Network Errors Comments Off on Fix NAT Error: Making A Shared IP Address Work

 

It is helpful to know how to fix NAT error problems that you encounter in the use of your computer. Such problems often manifest themselves with gaming systems, as well as with other programs that require sharing an IP address.

 

What is a NAT Error?

NAT is an acronym for Network Address Translation. It is simply a concept used in networking whereby a single IP address can be shared amongst multiple devices. Often this error happens because a program or gaming system cannot access the IP address as it needs to. Attempting to join an online party or game can result in NAT errors. You may have difficulty communicating with others in online fames. You may be disconnected repeatedly from a game. Being able to trouble shoot NAT errors can save you time and money.

 

What Causes a Fix NAT Error?

NAT errors typically originate with the modem. If your router or modem is not set up to forward properly, you will encounter this error. If your firewall settings are too strict, you may be blocking your own software from accessing the network. If this is the case, NAT errors can be easily rectified by adjusting firewall protection.

 

How Can You Fix Nat Error

Knowing how to fix a NAT error will help relieve your frustration. Luckily dealing with this error is very easy. Just follow the steps as outlined below and in no time you will be back to smooth sailing.

 

Solution

Steps:

  1. Shut down your computer and restart it. Often simple problems such as the NAT error can be resolved by resetting the computer and clearing its system cache.
  2. If you have any programs or devices that demand a heavy data connection, disconnect them. Vuze and Azureus, bitTorrent clients, are 2 of the programs that frequently encounter NAT errors. Retry your system without them.
  3. Relax your firewall settings. If the security is set too high, legitimate software may struggle to access the network. Not all ports on your computer should be closed.
  4. Reset your router or Internet. This is done by pressing the reset button that is typically recessed and found at the back of the router. With a pen or other finely pointed object, depress the button for 10 to 20 seconds. When all the router’s lights on the front flash, you can release the button. Give your computer the time to reconnect to the network. It should work fine.

 

Hope this helps you fix NAT errors with your computer, so you can get the ultimate enjoyment from all your programs and devices.

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