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About JohnDanielDePadua

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  1. This person seems to experiencing the same issue as me back in 2016. Would you be able to look at their fix and let me know if there is any similarities? I would like to keep my accountability software, and anytime I download it, the next day, I experience the same problem with my DNS. Our current plan is not practical for longevity. Thanks. Attached is the link: https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/601740/dns-probe-finished-nxdomain-issue/
  2. I found a solution! I uninstalled a program called Covenant Eyes! It's an accountability program that monitors screen activity using a VPN.
  3. To be more specific about on demand, I uninstall certain programs and that makes me lose internet. To be more specific, I had turned off features and that removed my internet, and then I turned the same features back on and that returned my internet back.
  4. Yes, I can make it happen on demand. Well, yes there was onetime I had malware bytes installed, and I turned on features that seemed to reconnect back to the internet.
  5. I lost internet connectivity again this morning. Here are the new FRST and addition files that I ran.FRST.txtAddition.txt
  6. I had to revert back the DNS and IP settings because an error came up with google dns settings.
  7. It says "Your computer appears to be correctly configured, but the device or resourece (DNS server) is not responding.
  8. I'll do that. And yes, I often find that once I install an any virus software ( like malware bytes or bitdefender) and uninstall it, it produces it.
  9. I powered off my router last night around 11pm, and I don't really use microsoft teams but it's downloaded automatically with my microsoft office download. DESKTOP-TJR1CE9.zip DESKTOP-TJR1CE9.zip
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