Not opening the microsoft.com site !!

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 Babu -
Hello,
I just hv got a net connection, tried a few of common URLs and they are workng fine. But when I try to open microsoft.com or support.microsoft.com, it does not respond at all. Plz help !

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This will solve your problem:

1. Go to Control Panel
2. Click Administrative Tools
3. Click Services.
4. Scroll down and look for DNS Client. Right Click on DNS Client and select STOP.

Now, you can connect to Microsoft.com
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Thaks a lot.
my problem has been solved.
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Really good & easy way.. thank you Nozid
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thank you so much, I tried the trojan remover and nothing but this fixed it all! Thanks
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Great! It realy solved my problem as well
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Woah, thanks, I've been looking for two days to find this solution!
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This has frustrated me to no end and I haven't been able to find an answer. This morning I found that my DNS Server was set to a specific address.

Network Connections>right click>Properties>hi-lite TCP/IP>Properties.

Be sure both IP auto AND DNS auto are selected.

That fixed this opps problem for me
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hi,
this is because you have got a trojan virus!
i guess it wont let you go to any antivirus either.
try this link to download Trojan Remover software:
https://ccm.net/download/?Mot=trojan+remover&cat=
install it and perform a scan.
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i just had that problem yesterday, 1 day after i've reinstalled my windows ( virus & trojan makers sure works fast these days ).

after istalling the trojan remover, it works good again ( I thought I messed up the services, almost reinstalled the windows again )

thanks, friend, thanks a lot

regards
Daniel
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Fantastic solution...!

I have stopped DNS client services and I am able to run microsoft site and updates.

Many thanks
Riad
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Thanks Mite, even I got the same problem, but now it has been solved. Thanks again, cheers.
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Right Click on Task Bar(Where the Start Button Finish) or hit Alt Cntl + Del and Select Task Bar and find Svchost.exe select It and Click on End Task to stop running it.
read below Artical as well
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows?ui=en-US&rs=en-001&ad=US

Regards,
Syed Taqiullah Hussaini
www.taqui.co.uk
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Install some free antiivirus and check your PC, it's looks like a virus.

Best Free Network tools http://www.myiptest.com
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thanks its working fine......
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