Tropical Bob, Oct 22, 2008 #8 Tropical Bob Thread Starter Joined: Oct 4, 2008 Messages: 15 I've heard that DxDiags help out, so I ran a normal and a 64-bit one. my wired internet says "internet access" and the Windows Network Diagnostics verifies that I have internet connection... I would think that the WoW (that's Windows-on-Windows, not World of Warcraft) layer is loading a different Winsock stack to the native one. I fully scanned my computer with each of them (not at the same time), and it came up clean. http://rss4medics.com/connect-to/programs-cannot-connect-to-internet-windows-xp.php
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Or do any desktop apps have this issue? Network & Sharing Programs cannot connect to the internet.I'm currently running a 64bit Windows 7 Home Premium and recently, programs other than Windows Live Messenger, Skype, and my browser stopped working. New computer cannot connect to the Internet through certain programs? Close the Command Prompt Window when the job is finished.
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I've tried a couple connections with this computer to no avail. Malwarebytes The wireless AP is working since my wife can connect via wireless on her computer. I've already tried to disable both in order for the programs to connect, and I've also scanned for viruses/malware/whatnot. I took a look at your link and it says "Click the Additional Protection tab on the left side of the window, then click Site Blocking under it.
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If you can't connect with it uninstalled, then obviously that will not be the culprit. (skip to step 7) - If you could connect properly with it uninstalled, you still may This problem has been ongoing for several weeks and I have spent many hours searching for a solution. Certain programs can't connect to the internet? check over here Go to Start > Control Panel > Windows Defender > Tools > Options > Administrator > untick use windows fdefender and press ok. 4.
Maybe your preferred DNS servers were having temporary problems with certain sites. Thank you for "netsh winhttp show proxy". I installed the current software, but nothing happened. You have an infection that has changed your security settings.
Anyone else experienced this problem or have any suggestions on what to try next? And allowed all incoming access. You may find the root cause then.Arthur Xie - MSFT Marked as answer by Jabez GanEditor Thursday, April 23, 2009 2:00 AM Wednesday, April 22, 2009 4:47 AM Reply | Quote I've seen a lot on the Zune forums that people having connection issues just need to make sure their region and time settings are correct.