"Failed to query TCP/IP settings of the connection. Cannot proceed."

By mezzer209
Feb 7, 2012
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  1. danron1376

    danron1376 TS Rookie

    Wow thanks PeterGl. that solution worked for me!
  2. jwriston

    jwriston TS Rookie

    Thank you SO MUCH for the solution, PeterGL! I was ripping my hair out in frustration!
  3. Technot

    Technot TS Rookie

    @ PeterGL

    After hours of frustration, I found your fix for the Lost IP problem, using my laptop. I followed your instructions on the desktop that was having the problem and it's now finding the internet. I'm so happy! Thanks so very much. You Rock!
  4. RAJ524

    RAJ524 TS Rookie

    PeterGL, you are a LIFESAVER! I was about to trash my computer and modem, but I found your solution and it worked! Thank you for allowing me to get on the internet after three weeks with no connection.
  5. rasomandic

    rasomandic TS Rookie

    Thank you this worked for me to
    bat I have problem
    every time I turn computer on I need to do this
    how I can figure out what is causing this problem
  6. Daviiide

    Daviiide TS Rookie

    Thanks Peter,
    You're a star, this worked a treat, just when I was about to give up!

  7. Midolinho

    Midolinho TS Rookie

    PeterGL ty, that worked like charm.
  8. tyler92

    tyler92 TS Rookie

    Thanks a lot PeterGL. It works really well for me.
  9. "Click START then RUN. You will then see a box to type in.
    Type in :-
    netsh winsock reset
    Then press ENTER and restart your computer.

    Next, repeat the first part of the previous step.
    (Click START then RUN. You will then see a box to type in.)
    Type in :-
    netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt
    Then press ENTER and restart your computer again."

    You should now be able to connect to your router.

    Solid fix! Except I didn't type cmd at all. I just ran it from the run box and it worked fine, so I edited the way I ran it on my ASUS 1000HE for Windows XP non-pro version.
    Thanks for the input and suggestions gents.
    And just as an FYI (for those that haven't tried this fix yet) I found the spaces are necessary to run the processes successfully.

    Hope it helps!!!
    May the God of Hope bless you immensely through his Son Jesus Christ!
  10. Briar

    Briar TS Rookie

    I tried this fix also. When I type netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt I get UNABLE TO OPEN THE FILE FOR APPEND
    Now what?

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