Complete Internet Repair

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  1. mantra

    mantra Registered Member

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    Complete Internet Repair for
    Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 2008, Windows 7


    download free
    http://www.rizone3.com/archives/1308

    to make portable
    Code:
    Create an empty file called 'WinPower.ini' and add
    
    [Global]
    OpenHomePage=0

    cheers
     
  2. guest

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    Make it easier for people to understand what this is really about, put a pic of it on the thread.......like this:

    cintrep-screen.jpg

    btw, it seems really handy.
     
  3. whitedragon551

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    Seems redundant. This can be done from within Windows via the cmd prompt. Of course some may not be comfortable using the cmd.

    TCP/IP: netsh int ip reset
    Winsock: netsh winsock reset catalog
    Renew Internet Connections: ipconfig /release or ipconfig /renew
    Flush DNS: ipconfig /flushdns


    Alot of the tools here are also offered from Microsoft through Microsofts FixIt Solution Center:

    http://support.microsoft.com/fixit/
     
  4. Kernelwars

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    really nice tool Thanks:thumb:
     
  5. Scoobs72

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    Handy looking tool indeed. Thanks for posting.
     
  6. TheKid7

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    I haven't used AVZ Antiviral Toolkit in a long time. Doesn't AVZ Antiviral Toolkit also have some similar repair features? How do the features in AVZ Antiviral Toolkit compare with Complete Internet Repair?

    Thanks in Advance.
     
  7. mantra

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    it works if a malware mess up your internet connection
     
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    Complete Internet Repair 0.9.5.955

    new version , 100% portable

    -http://www.rizone3.com/archives/1308

     
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    Nice :thumb:.

    Thanks.
     
  10. prius04

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    I beg to differ.....NOT so nice, no thanks!

    I downloaded the program and clicked "Flush DNS Resolver Cache", which I've done via the command prompt previously. That is, at least I THOUGHT I clicked the arrow next to that choice.

    Rather, I discovered I clicked "Repair Internet Explorer" [I have IE8], and now, guess what? IE DOESN'T WORK AT ALL! It's been destroyed by this program somehow and in some way. Almost ALL menu choices under "Page", "Tools", and "Safety" are grayed-out, including Windows Update and Internet Options.

    I was able to reset IE to its default settings in CP but it did absolutely no good; same result as described above. FWIW, Opera and Firefox (Minefield actually) work just fine, as does MS Outlook.

    Any help with this issue would be GREATLY appreciated. Otherwise, it appears as if I'll need to restore an image (thanks to whatever this program did to IE).
     
  11. mantra

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    i tried to mess up all my connection , after an image
    used the tool and fixed every thing
    under windows 7
    i'm sorry for you
     
  12. acuariano

    acuariano Registered Member

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    app says is complete but it doesn't cover "repair internet explorer 8"
     
  13. prius04

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    Well, thanks but, frankly, this program is *dangerous*. The problems with it, IMHO, are (a) it's not *immediately* clear that clicking the arrows will *immediately* invoke the selection (it is stated at the very top of the UI to "Select your repair options and press 'Go!' to start"), (b) there is apparently no way to stop a procedure once started, (c) there is apparently no way to "undo" what the program has done, at least the program does not appear to have that capability and, (d) it's too easy to inadvertently click the wrong arrow in which case......too late.

    Thankfully, I had several ShadowProtect backups from which to choose. After screwing around trying to fix whatever this program broke for ~45 minutes, I restored an SPD image in less than 10.
     
  14. prius04

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    I saw that selection; it was directly under "Flush DNS Resolver Cache" ("Repair Internet Explorer 8.0.6001"). Unfortunately, in my case it actually broke IE8.
     
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