Error - Support for the specified socket type doesn't exist in this family


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Hi! I don't speak english very well but I hope you can help me ....
So I just installed windows 10 in my PC and we can't use internet, but we can read "Connected" in the internet network page

When we renewing the IP address in the command, we read " support for the specified socket type doesn't exist in this family"

PLEASE can you help me........
 
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Sounds like you need to reset the Winsock catalog and the TCP/IP stack

Right click the start button and choose Command prompt (admin) and type
netsh winsock reset
hit enter
then type
netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt
hit enter
reboot
 
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What to do when for netsh winsock reset (in admin mode of course)
Windows says: The system cannot find the file specified.
System has been upgraded from Windows 7 few weeks ago.
 
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That doesn't sound good.
I would probably first try running the native Windows System File Checker
right click the start button and choose Command Prompt (Admin) and in the command prompt window type
sfc /scannow
hit enter
let it finish and see if it produces any information.
 
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