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Can't access internet when using VPN after running ASC


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Hi, just as the title says: When I'm connected to my VPN, I don't got any Internet access at all - not just web browsing. But it works fine when NOT connected to the VPN.


I installed ASC v5 a couple of days ago and used almost every tool that exists. I ran Deep Care, Turbo Boost and a coupe of tools from the Toolbox. I take a look at every option before I clicked next but something did still go wrong apparently.


The next day I noticed that I couldn't access Internet when I was connected to the VPN, so I tried to use the Rescue tools etc - but it still doesn't work.


This image shows what error Chrome gives me: http://i.imgur.com/V97uP.png

I got my laptop beside me and everything works excellent on there, so there was something that happened with my computer after running ASC.


I hope you guys got a fix for this, thanks!


Edit: I'm using OpenVPN, not PPTP or similar.

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Process of elimination...Try a different browser to see if the problem is limited to only Chrome.




Live long and Prosper!


I have tested with Firefox and IE-9 also. I use FF as my default browser but I just took a Screenshot of Chrome because it was the browser I had in English language so that you should understand what it stood :)


It's not only the webbrowser that doesn't work. It doesn't work to connect to our VOIP Server, any online game or anything that requires Internet.


I have also tried to re-install OpenVPN in case the problem was in the network adapter (TAP-Win32 Adapter V9) but it still doesn't work.




EDIT: I hadn't used the "Restore to Windows Default" or w/e it says, thought it was something else first - like that you should reinstall Windows, haha :)

But after I used that restore function and restarted the computer, everything works! So, no help is anymore needed :) Thanks!

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