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Psychotic Robot Master
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well I just formated my computer for the 1000th time and after the installation of SP2 well my connection just doesn't work anymore.. just like the stinkin' firewall was blocking it even if I disable it it keeps dying ;(

Anyone knows why it does that? Now that I uninstalled it well everything's just fine but now.. :(.. I'm back on SP1 :hdbash:

Theres gotta be some options to tweak, anything! oO
 

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strange...maybe with SP2 theres some but that blocks your net? (hardware conflict with net card?) did you try to reconfigure your connection?
 

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Psychotic Robot Master
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Yeah but with no avail.I've tried to reinstall SP2 and now it works perfectly.Thats weird cuz it's like the 5th time I've tried that... oO
 

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Psychotic Robot Master
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More like multiple lifes if you ask me, just check me out! I'll end up creating a new operating system, become rich and give you all regular users one million dollars.

seriously though, theres not much alternatives to Winblows.
 

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Psychotic Robot Master
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Sorry about the double posting but heres an update on the situation,

It appears that problem is common.THe Connection works just fine after installing SP2 but browsing the web is something else, I'm getting cannot find the server problems and something about DNS.

Hmm "no buffer space available" I think thats the cause but how to solve it?

Help is deperately needed here.
 

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Nevermore said:
Sorry about the double posting but heres an update on the situation,

It appears that problem is common.THe Connection works just fine after installing SP2 but browsing the web is something else, I'm getting cannot find the server problems and something about DNS.

Hmm "no buffer space available" I think thats the cause but how to solve it?

Help is deperately needed here.
Start > Run > "cmd" > OK

"nslookup" > Enter

"yahoo.com" > Enter

If your DNS servers don't respond, then yes, it's your DNS servers.
 

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Psychotic Robot Master
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Ah thats it. my dns isn't responding..

it's formating Time! DRAGONZORD! Next time, I'm not getting SP2.

I'd like to thank everyone, specialy Flare85 because of his precious help.
 

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Nevermore said:
Ah thats it. my dns isn't responding..

it's formating Time! DRAGONZORD! Next time, I'm not getting SP2.

I'd like to thank everyone, specialy Flare85 because of his precious help.
That indicates it's an issue with your ISP, not your local machine. Reformatting and not installing SP2 won't solve anything.

Pretend your telco was having issues where they were temporarily unable to route calls. Going and exchanging your telephone for a new one wouldn't solve anything.
 

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Psychotic Robot Master
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ah damn, now I have to call some incompetent tech. :(.. the last time I tried they gave me microsoft's phone number..

EDIT: What causes "No Buffer Space Errors" Anyway? And How do you solve them?
 
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