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seen Dec 16 at 18:43

Sep
6
comment Chrome is unable to connect to the Internet
My computer is clean. Like I said it started after a computer crash from lack of battery power.
Sep
5
comment Chrome is unable to connect to the Internet
Following the answers in that question did nothing for me. The dns page has the following error: error: -137 (ERR_NAME_RESOLUTION_FAILED)
Sep
4
comment Chrome can't connect to internet (but other browsers can)
I have the same problem as the poster. @crazypotato portable chrome worked for me...
Sep
4
comment Chrome is unable to connect to the Internet
I asked my question first, although yes he has more details.
Sep
4
comment Chrome is unable to connect to the Internet
Firefox also works. It's only Chrome
Aug
29
comment Chrome is unable to connect to the Internet
I tried this also, and it still didn't work.
Aug
29
comment Chrome is unable to connect to the Internet
I've tried that, didn't do anything. Or do I need to do it and reboot?
Jul
26
comment ipconfig - Get all the connected USB device's IP address
Thanks this might work. All my devices have similar Descriptions, so is there a way to filter the list based off of that? It might be the easiest way. Also Their Service Names all say "usb_rndisx" so that could also be a filter.
Jul
25
comment ipconfig - Get all the connected USB device's IP address
OK I did that command but it doesn't list the IP addresses, just the devices (I see my device and its device id...)
Jul
25
comment ipconfig - Get all the connected USB device's IP address
What's gwmi? You need to be more descriptive, I'm hoping to use things that come with Windows
Jul
25
comment ipconfig - Get all the connected USB device's IP address
Yes, the devices are listed in the Device Manager as Network adapters. When I do ipconfig I see the device listed, but how do I extract only the IP? And how do I get only the USB devices? (ie: Network Adapters connected via USB)