No Internet Connection after Trojan Virus

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Hi Dear,

I am here to share my problem and hoping to get the perfect solution. Recently my HP Pavilion notebook was infected by a dangerous Trojan horse virus and causing many problems. But I was successful to remove the virus by using Kaspersky Anti Virus 11.0.1.400 version and every program was running fine except Internet connection. I am using a wired DSL connection which is running on Windows XP. I have checked the local area connection and it says connected. By checking the LAN properties I have found that data sending is ok but receiving is showing ‘0’. Somebody please help me.

Thanks in advance for the response.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #111928

No Internet Connection after Trojan Virus

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Hello Charlie

Trojan Horse really causes a great harm to our computers. so you need to be careful about your antivirus. Firstly checkout your firewall settings. If any firewall rule is created then the LAN port may start behaving like this. You can check the IPV4 address from the LAN settings. Check if the network is same with your pc. Ping your default gate and see if the ping is successful or not.

You can do one thing restore your system to an earlier time so that the configuration goes to a previous time. You can do it from Start, all programs and then accessories. From system tools you choose the system restore. There you choose a restore point where your computer worked all right. Then click next and this is how your computer goes to a good position. Then check your connection.

Answered By 0 points N/A #111930

No Internet Connection after Trojan Virus

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I have here some advice that may help you fix the problem:

1. Try Unplugging wireless router then plug it back after a few minutes and check the connection.

2. Troubleshoot your connection by going to control panel > network and internet>network and sharing center> then change adapter setting. You will see the LAN and your wired DSL connection. Try to disable and then enable the local area connection.

3. Renew your IP address.

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