XPSP3 dell system with no http connection. Has https: and will ping at the cmd but no web or mail.

XPSP3 dell system with no http connection. Has https: and will ping at the cmd but no web or mail.
I did winsockxpfix twice I also have reinstalled the netcard and still no good. Does have internet in safe mode though. Any Ideas?   I do feel this is a software bug in windows do to the fact I can ping a web site and open shared folder from other desltop and they are talking. I can not restore as I get a computer can not restore to a earlier time after it goes through all the steps of doing it. I am totally baffled with this system as usually the winsockfix will fix a problem of this type. I feel ok with the regedit area but not sure what values to change.  One other thing to add I believe there was a Satalite software on this machine as well STARBAND which has been removed and all shows in the card in windows network,file/printer sharing tcp/ip protocals. It was unistall correctly a week before this started though.
Thank you in advance for any ideas
IukatechAsked:
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orangutangCommented:
Send us your HijackThis (http://www.trendsecure.com/portal/en-US/threat_analytics/hijackthis.php) log. Also, have you checked your event viewer?
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Darr247Commented:
If some windows updates were applied just prior to this happening, see if removing update 958644 and rebooting helps.
i.e. Add/Remove Programs, check Show Updates, scroll to the bottom and look for Security Update for Windows XP (KB958644)
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IukatechAuthor Commented:
Here is the settings and I see one area of concern in the . Am I right?
hijackthis.log
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Darr247Commented:
What message do you get when you open IE and try to go to http://www.google.com ?
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orangutangCommented:
I would suggest temporarily uninstalling AVG and see what happens.
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IukatechAuthor Commented:
No update of KB958644
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IukatechAuthor Commented:
Worked
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