Read the information on that page to understand what the Layered Service Provider fix consists of.
Here is a detailed account of what happens. I'm using Windows XP, Internet Explorer, and two different dialup services, peoplepc.com and aol.com.
When I log on to the computer, everything works fine. No problems.
When I dial in to the Internet for both services, the first number I dial takes me immediately onto the net. (As immediate as dial-up can be.)
I can go to Outlook Express to send/receive messages in my queue since the last logon. This privilege is available for about 2-3 minutes and then get a message "Can't find server." Also every web page I try gives me "The page cannot be displayed." No browsing capabilities, although I am connected and the ISP web page is current each time.
What I've tried:
- Modified dialer to startup with a different access number.
- Checked ISP settings and deinstalled and reinstalled both ISP programs.
- Ran netsh int ip reset c:resetlog.txt
- Checked startup folder - This is and has been empty.
- Deleted cookies, history, and temp files.
- Ran defragmenter and disk cleanup
- Ran Norton
- On IE Explorer, "Work offline is not checked."
- Pinged address
- Ran network diagnostics on external modem. Works fine.