Winsock Catalog Error
Cheers, Ron Windows Outreach Team gerald g This fix worked perfect and took only 5 minutes to complete. I am currently running Windows XP with SP3 Any advice welcome Thanks in advance Even a clock that is broken is right twice a day Reply With Quote 04-03-200908:15 PM I had scanned the drive external with every known cleaner, was about to rebuild the drive , when I found this. As far as running the virus scans, your ahead of the game.. Source
It found a bunch of stuff but all cleaned now. Expert: Dustin replied5 years ago. I have tried flushing my DNS, renewing my IP addresses and I've used CMD to reset the winsock catalog but non of these methods have worked without me rebooting the machine. Simply click our question, and send me a response!Please click accept to show I have assisted you. internet loses connection - winsock provider catalog - error Started by tallpaul04, July 5, 2008 9 posts in this topic tallpaul04 0 Newbie Members 0 4 posts Posted July 5,
Winsock Error Windows 7
Error 10050. It is repairable. Phantom010, Nov 25, 2011 #10 songbird1284 Thread Starter Joined: Nov 25, 2011 Messages: 16 Ran the LSP-Fix. 2 things were fixed.
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- C:\Windows\SYSTEM32>netsh winsock reset The following helper DLL cannot be loaded: WSHELPER.DLL.
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id like you to type in exactly..netsh winsock reset( press enter)netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt(press enter)now.. I've tried netsh winsock reset and netsh int ip reset but my wireless is still not working. As far as what we do now.. Winsock Error 10054 The name is 610jz4j4h7go.exeThat's more than likely your problem.
I will leave you a post anyway and look for your post. Restore The Tcp/ip Stack To A Default Status or do I just wait till it occures again, then get back to you? Windows sockets settings may get corrupted due to the installation of a networking software, or perhaps due to Malware infestation. this content You can try this if you are having following Internet access or networking problems but still failing to resolve the problem after trying all other suggestions.
Thanks a mil! Join our site today to ask your question. You can do this by typing in: netsh winsock show catalog The reset command below will remove all Winsock LSPs. What Is Winsock I first get a message that I am offline, and then when I try to connect again I get this message: "Windows has detected a problem with the Winsock Provider Catalog
Cannot Connect To Internet/winsock Provider Catalog Problem Started by TDon , Jan 19 2008 12:27 AM Please log in to reply 8 replies to this topic #1 TDon TDon Members 8 Keep me updated.. If you still need assistance, You can reply to this message at any time. Check This Out The network adapter on the wired computer shows to be connected and working properly.
My pc had all the noted symptoms and booted up slow as it was trying to start Windows Services that would not come up. Stay logged in Sign up now! harris sorry, it doesn't work in my computer, what is the LSPs meaning? u solve all my problems….
thanks a lot. It may signal you have a virus. This one said to check the ports. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it.OK MyGaming BusinessTech Twitter Facebook Register Help Remember Me?
Was already a week ago by breaking the head. Don Back to top #9 TMacK TMacK Members 4,672 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:B.C. I have moved a suspicious file again out of my windows/system32 directory. If it comes back, it mostly likely is a virus corrupting your catalogue.
Tried this and crossed my fingers and it WORKED! Thanks for keeping older information available. I dont know where to continue searching heres my issue: I cant access internet from any Internet Based Software EXCEPT for IE7.