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    Not my day today .

    first, mirc doesn't dcc, then messenger doesn't log in, and now I can't get to google.com (any search engine doesn't work for that matter).


    is there a reason behind why google.com and other search engines don't work all of a sudden??

    i used anti-trojan and found that 1 port has been affected by netspy.

    is that the reason why i cant access search engines??

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    i have an infected port

    "port 1033 open. Possible trojan. NetSpy"
    as stated on a search on anti-trojan.

    however, anti-trojan just informs me about it, how do I fix this problem?

    my problem again:

    can't access google.com, yahoo.com works but when I try searching something it always freezes and evetually leads to a 'page not found' error.

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    Originally posted by RedRival@3 October 2003 - 03:58
    i have an infected port

    "port 1033 open. Possible trojan. NetSpy"
    as stated on a search on anti-trojan.

    however, anti-trojan just informs me about it, how do I fix this problem?

    my problem again:

    can't access google.com, yahoo.com works but when I try searching something it always freezes and evetually leads to a 'page not found' error.
    Just change your DNS settings back to automatic.

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    both of those search engines work, thanks.

    google.com, yahoo.com, msn.com doesn't work though.

    i'll try changing DNS setting if i knew how to.

    under tcp/ip setting, switch to automatic right?

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    Originally posted by RedRival@3 October 2003 - 04:06
    both of those search engines work, thanks.

    google.com, yahoo.com, msn.com doesn't work though.

    i'll try changing DNS setting if i knew how to.

    under tcp/ip setting, switch to automatic right?
    I can only assume that your ISP is automatice, 9 times out of 10 that is what it is. You will see a 67.XX.XX.XX ip there now right.

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    Originally posted by toddiscool+3 October 2003 - 10:01--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (toddiscool @ 3 October 2003 - 10:01)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-RedRival@3 October 2003 - 03:58
    i have an infected port

    "port 1033 open. Possible trojan. NetSpy"
    as stated on a search on anti-trojan.

    however, anti-trojan just informs me about it, how do I fix this problem?

    my problem again:

    can&#39;t access google.com, yahoo.com works but when I try searching something it always freezes and evetually leads to a &#39;page not found&#39; error.
    Just change your DNS settings back to automatic. [/b][/quote]
    it&#39;s set to automatic.

    using dsl, so under network connections>LAN>porperties>Internet Protocol(TCP/IP)>properties>Obtain DNS Setting automatically.

    google.com still doesn&#39;t work.

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    Originally posted by sharedholder@3 October 2003 - 04:10
    Try this http://www.kartoo.com/
    Off topic, but that is the coolest search engine ever.

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