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I'm trying to ping a local server. Notice that certain bits of information are missing as well as gibberish after ping statistics. I've never seen this. I get strange results both on wi fi and wired. ping capture
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Right click on the command prompt and then go to Properties then ensure the below is set

Buffer size 50
Number of buffers 4
Box ticked for Insert Mode

Then on the font:

size: 8x12
Font: Raster Fonts

Layout:

Screen buffer size
Width: 80
Height:300

Window Size:
Width: 80
Heigh: 25

Window Position:
box ticked for Let system position window
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by:CTmountainbiker
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They all matched your list.
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If another user logs onto that same machine does the issue still happen? Is this effecting just one machine?
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by:CTmountainbiker
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I switched users, same problem. Pinged servers from another machine; totally clean info.
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by:Rizzle
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Right ok so that narrows the problem down to being local

Try this

Go onto a working machine> copy CMD.exe, CMDext.dll, cmdial32.dll, cmdkey.exe, and cmdl32.exe.

Then paste them onto the problem machine

Another thing to try is a Startup Repair.
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I'm also getting "no resources" after doing a tracert to my local servers. What does that mean? I think this is all related. I can browse on the web but can't get ping responses to sites.
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have you followed what i said?
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by:CTmountainbiker
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I did but no luck. However, I did two things:

>arp -a
and ........... netsh winsock reset

One or both of these fixed the problem. thank you for your help.
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No problem! sorry i couldn't help you resolve maybe it helped in the solution! :)
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