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Windows Server 2008 R2 - No Internet

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It seems that the network connection seems working fine but non of the browser display Internet. I can ping google.com or yahoo.com and resolve dns address,  Chorome, Firefox and IE won't display any and IE saying "Unable to open the search page" error pop up.
Any clue? Thanks in advance
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by:CompProbSolv
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Check Control Panel, Internet Options to make sure that it doesn't have some odd proxy setting.
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Of course, also run anti-virus and anti-spyware programs (I like Malwarebytes, SuperAntiSpyware, and TDSSKiller) to confirm that you don't have anything actively interfering.
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I did all that checked. I reset the IE to default. Check the connection tab. I completely removed Kapaski Anti-Virus software which was expired.
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I noticed that any webpage based content is not working. Such as Dell OpenManger. Role on console. Any thought?
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That certainly points to a browser problem.  I would uninstall Firefox or Chrome and then reinstall it.
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I did tried browsers and didn't fix it; however, I fixed by sfc /scannow to fix the issue. it seems that one of system file/files corrupted.  Thanks for all of your input
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issue has been resolved by the other research.
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