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Complete Internet Repair: Say Goodbye to Network Problems [Windows]

Living in an Internet age has its own set of headaches. Problems related to the Internet not working properly, connection issues, high pings, slow connections, or complete drop in pings for no reason whatsoever. All these problems leaves the users confused and in trying to get them fixed asap, they spend a lot of time and money.

Here’s a freeware portable application for Windows, called “Complete Internet Repair,” which will save you from having to go through lengthy troubleshooting sessions. It will instead try to fix the Internet or networking issues in Windows with the click of a button. The best thing is that it will also repair Internet Explorer 9 along with others.

Complete Internet Repair


The free portable application will help you reset, restore, clear or repair a variety of Internet related settings on your Windows computer system.

Particularly, Complete Internet Repair will do the following:

Reset Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)

Repair Winsock (Reset Catalog)

Renew Internet connections

Flush DNS Resolver Cache

Repair Internet Explorer 9

Clear Windows Update History

Repair Windows / Automatic Updates

Repair SSL / HTTPS / Cryptography

Reset Windows Firewall configuration

Restore the default hosts file

Repair Workgroup Computers view

It will come handy for users facing the following problems:

  • Internet or network problem after removing adware, spyware, virus, worm, Trojan horse, etc.

  • Loss network connection after installing/uninstalling adware, spyware, antispam, vpn, firewall or other networking programs.

  • Unable to access any webpage or can only access some webpages.

  • Pop-up error window with network related problem description.

  • No network connectivity due to registry errors.

  • DNS lookup problem.

  • Fail to renew the network adapter’s IP address or other DHCP errors.

  • Network connectivity issue with limited or no connections message.

  • Windows update does not work

  • You are having problems connecting to secured websites (ex. Banking).

  • Internet Explorer stopped working or crashes all the time.

  • Other networking problems.

How to repair network issues using Complete Internet Repair?

The freeware application is very easy to use and the developer has designed it keeping the novice users in mind.

1_Simply select the check boxes that appears before the items that you want to repair.

2_Now, click on the really big Go! button.

3_The status of the repair is displayed in a log.

Note: Some repairs may need a restart of the computer to complete.

Complete Internet Repair is a handy program for users who are experiencing Internet connectivity issues, or just want to repair Internet Explorer as it is a good Internet Explorer repair tool too.

The freeware portable program for Windows users is available for download at Rizone3, the website of the developer.

Download Link

Download at Rizone3

Source: mytechguide.org

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I have used it before on systems where the internet just wouldn't work. Some damaged by malware, others damaged by uninstalling a personal firewall. It it fixed all of the problems with ease.

Of coarse this program should only be used as the last resort. Always try the Windows Troubleshoot first, then if that don't work then try this tool.

Never run this tool on system where the internet is working alright or it could cause problems.

Thanks. :D

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Link not working..., could someone upload to a file hosting site for me plz

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Link not working..., could someone upload to a file hosting site for me plz

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Hope one of these works for you, if not there must be something wrong on your end.

Good day. :D

Thanks man. appreciate it +1 for ya!

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