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    Tails_155 is offline New Member
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    Default Internet Shot after reversing Windows 10 Upgrade

    I upgraded to 10 and had some issues making it more optimal to go back to 7 for the time being. However, after the reversal, I cannot connect to the internet. I have:

    Restarted.
    Power cycled the router.
    Disconnected/reconnected the wired and wireless connections.
    ipconfig /release; /renew; /flushdns; /registerdns
    Run the troubleshoot wizard (nothing wrong according to that.)
    I checked my firewall settings. All browsers are permitted by the firewall.
    Checked all connection settings options, made sure they matched all the instructions I've found online. I have no idea what else to do.

    All browsers do not connect. Chrome says DNS_Probe_Finished_No_Internet; Firefox and Explorer both immediately stop doing anything after "go"ing to any page. They don't even grind and go to the page not found type page. I cannot do anything.

    Does anyone know what else I can do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tails_155 View Post
    I upgraded to 10 and had some issues making it more optimal to go back to 7 for the time being. However, after the reversal, I cannot connect to the internet. I have:

    Restarted.
    Power cycled the router.
    Disconnected/reconnected the wired and wireless connections.
    ipconfig /release; /renew; /flushdns; /registerdns
    Run the troubleshoot wizard (nothing wrong according to that.)
    I checked my firewall settings. All browsers are permitted by the firewall.
    Checked all connection settings options, made sure they matched all the instructions I've found online. I have no idea what else to do.

    All browsers do not connect. Chrome says DNS_Probe_Finished_No_Internet; Firefox and Explorer both immediately stop doing anything after "go"ing to any page. They don't even grind and go to the page not found type page. I cannot do anything.

    Does anyone know what else I can do?
    Nevermind, had to reset the WINSOCK and IPV4 and IPV6. Got it fixed!

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    Resetting Winsock usually helps. Glad to know you resolved it.

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