To add to the previous problems information base, I got an HTTP, HTTPS, FTP Connectivity error when I tan the network diagnostics. What does this mean, and what can I do to fix this?
My Dell 8400 suddenly lost the ability to connect to the internet after a failed virus attack that was quarantined by my Trend Micro Software. It keeps saying that connectivity is low or non existent, and the IP address is not my modem/router IP address. It pings back when I send a 127.0.0.1 output, but not with my home IP. I've connected and disconnected the modem/router many times, but the error is still there. My IP provider Time Warner said I needed to reinstall the Broadband Driver. Does this make any sense? Also, how can I do that if I don't have home access to the internet and those drivers? Is this sound reasoning. I am frustrated and exhausted trying to solve this problem. Can anyone help? I'm running on Windows XP