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    Default Vista won't connect to Internet

    My vista computer always connected to the computer. However, i once had libusb installed on my computer. On the third day, it my pc gave me the usbhub error. Then it would restart into test mode. So a few days later I uninstalled libusb and problem solved. However, my pc still boots into test mode and now my internet will not work.

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    Try this, hopefully this will work:

    - Go to Start, then Run, then type in CMD
    - In the command prompt , type in bcdedit /set nointegritychecks ON, then press enter.
    - Type in bcdedit /set testsigning off, then press enter again.
    - Restart your computer to see if your internet works now.

    You might also want to see if your PC is getting obtaining its IP & DNS automatically under IP Properties (this screen in Vista. Mines is set to manual):
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    Thanks Ill try when I get back on my PC.
    It says access denied in the cmd.

    Component GUID:{7071ECA3-663B-4BC1-A1FA-B97F3B917C55}
    Component file: [C:\Windows\system32\connect.dll]
    Error: (0x8007277B) .

    This has something to do with connect.dll
    I also got the cmd to work, but it never worked.
    Last edited by SMProdigy; 03-17-2009 at 03:52 AM.

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    After searching more, this is a possible solution:
    Solutions Blog: Windows Vista Connect.dll Error Message
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    Yes, I tried that too, but it didn't work. I never did uninstall any network/modem drivers. How would I do that?

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    Go into device properties (Right click My Computer, go to Properties, Device Manager on the left, Network Adapters, Right Click your network card, Uninstall, reboot).
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    forget this ill just make a backup partition and reinstall the OS. It would not overwrite my windows 7? it will give me an opyion to choose a partition?
    EDIT: Well I'm really glad now that my vista computer is back to factory condition along with my newly installed Windows 7 Beta aka Dualboot PC.
    Last edited by SMProdigy; 03-19-2009 at 10:17 PM.

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    Very good and*informative*exchange*..*Thank you!
    Last edited by Vjiznikoder; 06-07-2014 at 09:52 PM.


 

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