+ 0 Votes May need to check your settings for your internet service provider, wizard57m-cnet Moderator August 30, 2013 at 7:25pm PST open Control Panel, click on Network Connections. Under "broadband", find your ISP connection, right click and choose "properties". At the top, there should be a description of your NIC controller, underneath that will be the installed protocols. Scroll down to the TPC/IP settings, then click on "properties", now depending on how your ISP sets up, you can choose to get an IP address automatically, or manually put in your static IP address (if appropriate), then check the settings for DNS server, either automatically, or a static one from your ISP. If setting these manually, make sure they match your ISPs settings. Click OK to save settings here, then again in the connection properties dialogue. This should set your internet connection back up.