Uninstall TCP/IP. If it weren't for this thread I would have never thought or known that could be the problem. Bob Cerelli, Nov 23, 2006 #15 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. Along my adventures of cleaning up virus infected machines, I often times run into an issue that makes the customer very very angry with me. http://webinweb.net/windows-xp/windows-xp-ipconfig-error-unable-to-query-host-name.html
Most likely AT&T DNS servers. Google ipconfig hates me. Sign up now! Then reboot Bob Cerelli, Nov 23, 2006 #12 mastern200 Thread Starter Joined: Apr 21, 2006 Messages: 64 That error is the exact error i get when i go to ipconfig.
I never said good job on fixing this so good job. To Correct this:-Option1 - Tried installing Microsoft Fixit from http://support.microsoft.com/kb/299357. Compared with other XP laptop and understood that it has also removed tcpip.sys from Windows\System32\drivers folder.
the only other time i needed more help was for TDSS. mastern200, Nov 23, 2006 #9 Bob Cerelli Joined: Nov 2, 2002 Messages: 22,468 "known to be working....before it was, if that is what you mean" - Does not necessarily means it So I downloaded SP3 from Microsoft, & double clicked it, watching for the temp directory it creates. Your mention of the IPSEC service being down led me to checking if it was up on this computer, and it wasn't.
Eventually it comes back to me & I can start looking at her network settings. She was certain I was going to format it without asking her 1st. The suggestion is ‘Install Microsoft Security Essentials' and that too it is free for use by Microsoft. ipconfig hates me.
This had thrown a bigger message to me that your system is infected by Virus. I had the same issue and it worked! Start -> Control -> Network -> Right click on local network -> properites -> general (tab) -> scroll to TCP/IP -> uninstall. Is the network adapter enabled?
So right away I'm thinking that her DNS has been hijacked. The service for IPSEC complained that a file was missing. I followed the same procedures you initially did (minus the flag-changing for allowing uninstalling tcpip) and was frustrated that it wasn't working. Unable to query host name Discussion in 'Networking' started by mastern200, Nov 21, 2006.
I run the shop that assures you we don't format. this content Reply Posted by ashvin on December 3, 2012 at 8:19 pm I also tried to use another virus software (AVG), but that also requires internet connectivity. Now click uninstall. help Reply Posted by Gangadhar Kotu on August 13, 2013 at 5:46 pm Once you started the windows enabler utility, click on again from task bar to see ‘On’ on the
No2pencil is #1 in my book! Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Have you scanned for spyware (hopefully you have relatively recently updated software installed for this) Have you tried all of johnwill's suggestions What happens if you boot to safe mode with
If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice. Your cache administrator is webmaster. I work at a small computer repair shop and today I had a Windows XP SP3 machine who appeared to have a corrupt tcpip stack. error code 2 mastern200, Nov 21, 2006 #3 mastern200 Thread Starter Joined: Apr 21, 2006 Messages: 64 I did a Hijack This scan...thought it might help maybe....internet still doesnt work
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Unable to query host name This is a discussion on Unable to query host name within the Windows XP Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. Operating System : Windows XP Professional service pack 3.