Elli__expedition1

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Elli__expedition1

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Hi Strid3r_2442,
I used your "fix" to install an old (2011 Brother MFC-J410W) wireless printer. I followed your easy instructions and Viola! Computer was able to "find" the printer and few seconds later - Printer installed!!! Thank you so much.
 

jpmwolf91

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I had this error and eventually came across this program WinsockReset, (http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/winsockreset.html)

it completely fixed the problem for me. What a friggin' JOKE this problem was too.
It just overwrites the winsock registry files with fresh ones that would come from a brand new install of whatever windows version you are using.
 

Johnk860

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Johnk860

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first thing, Hold the Windows key and press R, then type in the Run dialog box, ncpa.cpl. This will bring up your network adapter settings. Click on the network adapter you're dealing with, then click adapter settings. Scroll down and disable IVP6. then disable and re-enable your adapter and see if you have a connection again. If that doesn't work, goto http://appuals.com/best-fix-one-or-more-network-protocols-are-missing/ and spend some time following instructions. Hint: I figured this solution was too easy, so I skipped it (it was #1) and did some others before I went back and started and the beginning and... dammmit! it worked. Good luck.
 

tatemike

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The multicast thing worked me in Windows 10 after fresh install and no internet. View Network Connections > Wifi properties > Install > protocol > multicast... > OK > close, etc. > reset wi-fi (or right click tray icon wifi and troubleshoot; a reset will probably automatically be done) > internet immediately works without reboot!
 

gmarr

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I just had this issue with a client. Client had malware which may or may not have been the issue, however, when I changed from dynamic to a static IP address the issue was resolved...not solved so much as the client now has Internet access. Suggested that they run Malwarebytes to see if this might have been a redirect malware issue.
 

logbomb

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Hi There

I'm having this problem for a long time, but not with my WiFi, with my Ethernet connection.

Ethernet worked perfectly on my PC for about 2 months and then I started having this issue. I switched to WiFi and it works perfectly and since I never found an answer that helped my online, I decided to keep using the WiFi.

However, the other day I found this answer and am trying to apply it to my problem.

However, when I click Properties, I can see "Reliable Multicast Protocol" selected and when I click Install Protocol, the only Protocol on the list is the "Hyper-V Extensible Virtual Switch" which I can't install because "The specified module could not be found".

Should I unistall the Reliable Multicast Protocol and attempt to install again? If so, is there a risk that I cannot install it back? I'm afraid to lose my WiFi as well.

Could my problem be with the "Hyper-V..." protocol? If so, is there any workaround to install it?

I''ve bought an USB-Ethernet adapter in hopes it would fix t he issue but it also doesn't.

Any other ideas of what I could try?

Thanks a lot in advance!
 

Ssg_Ramir3z

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Larry_90

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Go to Settings -> Network & Internet -> Ethernet (I don't use Wi-Fi so if Wi-Fi is an option, try it) -> Change adapter options -> Right-click the one you are having issues with -> Properties -> Install... -> Protocol -> Install what is there (For me I had one called 'Reliable Multicast Protocol' so I installed that. I haven't found this solution elsewhere so I don't know what it'll be for you.) -> Then your done!
 

comm3000

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I updated the driver by installing USB wireless card, connecting to internet and update driver from Device Manager. WORKED instantly.

DELL Precision T1700

 

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