Amit Reply Erik says: May 11, 2015 at 8:39 am I LOVE YOU. Do you know that companies have line of business applications that won't run to this day on Windows 7? Now back to trying to fix my graphics issues so i can play skyrim again haha Reply Tom Andrew says: May 28, 2015 at 5:53 am Thanks so much for this, I ran IPConfig/all and they all show unique IP addresses.
In the list of playback devices, look for the one with a green checkmark that says "Default device" or "Default playback device". Static IP addressed items won't appear in the DHCP address assignment status. Ping from host Change History Changed 7 years ago by xok attachment dhcp_guest.png added Guest - DHCP Lease Changed 7 years ago by xok attachment devxp-2009-08-29-19-49-09.log added Changed 7 years ago My control panel hangs like you described in the first part and my audio isn't working, though I'm not sure about the error messages you described because I don't know where
josh says: May 15, 2015 at 11:23 am David K., try right clicking on the download link and look for Save As or Save Link As. At the command prompt, go ahead and type in ipconfig /release ipconfig /renew If you still get the error, then move on to the following possible solutions. Here are a couple of ways you can try to solve this issue before renaming computers. I also noticed that today, Microsoft Word was taking a long time to let me save then eventually it was refusing to save documents.
Microsoft Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 operating systems use NetBIOS and the Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) system to maintain a shared database of all the network names. There was a registry hack that invloved 'DisableStrictNameChecking' so try that. I plan to check out some of your other articles once I'm back at the office. says: May 14, 2015 at 3:25 pm How do I run those files you posted?
Loading... Thank you josh says: April 20, 2015 at 1:34 am Hello, Marv. Select it and then click on the Properties button in the bottom right corner. After reinstalling the virus vault was of course empty, but sound was still absent.
Certainly seemed like the problem for me was an AVG update - the problem only started after I'd rebooted to allow the update to take effect. Reboot the Windows 2003/XP client Logging In... The error did seem to occur straight after AVG restart to update software. If i can help, i was using AVG anti virus….uninstall then ASAP.
There's no stale records because I deleted them completely out of DNS and deleted the DHCP leases for them. 1 Jalapeno OP Sean2418 Nov 14, 2014 at 5:18 I've ran into the exact same problems as in part 1 & 2 after updating my Dell Inspiron 3521 from Windows Update. My personal debt to you is considerable. Have you an answer or view of where to look as to what is stopping system sounds from playing?
So glad I found your site today or I could have spent weeks tearing my hair out. Upon download, Avast disabled Google search. The file should download as a .REG file. Reply josh says: June 27, 2015 at 9:42 pm It's already happened.
My gut tells me that it's a mish-mash of DHCP / DNS / NetBIOS foolishness (and since it's just after lunch, my gut is in a wise and content frame of Reply Matt says: April 7, 2015 at 2:40 pm Total novice here just wanting to say thanks and I owe you a beer! I've looked for answers that someone else may have arrived at but found none - like the frozen and blank Control Panel problem discussed in your Part 1 and sound (from
I spent hours on forums and YouTube with a bunch of failed attempts to fix audio and freezing screen issues. Sign in Transcript 5,046 views 3 Like this video? In my case, I suspect a bug has crept into the windows guest additions in version 3.0.12 and thereafter that is bridging or connecting the NAT and host-only networks. Any suggestions?
Both computers where Dell systems. One was a laptop, one was a desktop. Both were lower end consumer grade desktops. Not sure what models. I don't really know what software was Windows 8/8.1 No Audio - "Endpoint is a duplicate" error message. (Part 2/2 Posted on January 16, 2015June 27, 2015 by josh So this is part two of a solution that One thing I discovered was that, if you click on the up arrow and click on "Customize", a window pops up with the path "Control Panel/All Control Panel Items/Notification Area Icons." I spent ages searching for the causes and read solutions which I could not understand or carry out, or if I did them they didn't work.
Join our site today to ask your question. Reply Gareth Brown says: April 16, 2015 at 12:58 pm Thanks so much!! I have AVG installed but I'm not sure what anti-virus he has. Teconz 30,096 views 2:00 How To Fix Unidentified Network Windows - Duration: 1:47.
Do you know that companies have line of business applications that won't run to this day on Windows 7?