Windows cannot connect to the Internet using HTTP, HTTPS or FTP. This is probably caused by the settings of firewall on this computer.

I have a laptop Toshiba Satellite M105-S3041 with Windows XP Home Edition.  I received the error message listed above indicating that Windows cannot connect Internet using HTTP, HTTPS, or FTP.  When I open the wireless network connection status, I see packets sent and I also see that I get both packets.

The opening to the top of Internet Explorer, I received the error message listed above.  When I go to the properties of my wireless adapter and examine the properties of the TCP/IP parameters, I see that I have "obtain an IP address automatically" and "Obtain DNS server address automatically" checked.  On the general tab of TCP/IP properties, I clicked on the tab advanced and click on the tab options to display the TCP/IP filtering settings and clicked the properties button.  Here, I see that the ports TCP, UDP and IP PROTOCOL.  I have a check the box 'enable TCP/IP filtering '.

Please help me because I am still unable to connect to the internet.

[snip]... On the general tab of TCP/IP properties, I clicked on the tab advanced and click on the tab options to display the TCP/IP filtering settings and clicked the properties button.  Here, I see that the ports TCP, UDP and IP PROTOCOL.  I have a check the box 'enable TCP/IP filtering '.

In general, you don't want to have a check in the box "enable TCP/IP filtering.  Try to uncheck this box and see if it helps.

If this does not help, two programs freeware difficulty sometimes of the problems of this kind...  Try to run LSPFix and/or WinSockXPFix.  Alternatively, you can try to reset your IP stack...

"How to reset the Protocol Internet (TCP/IP)"
  <>http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/299357 >

HTH,
JW

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