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On Wed, 17 Oct 2012 13:05:43 +0000, Chris60_x wrote:
I'm unable to download any files from the internet.
On IE9, it indicated that the file has a virus and was deleted. On Chrome, it displays a dialog indicating that the file cannot be found. The download occurs, but when trying to Open or Save-As, the file disappears.
It started on IE9 about 6 months ago. I then installed Chrome and was working ok until a couple of weeks ago.
- Setting back to restore point(s)
- Removing MSE and reinstalling
- Running sfc /scannow - no issues
- Ran SpyBot & CCCleaner (registry cleanup)
Whether using the registry cleaning function of CCleaner contributed
to your problem, I don't know, but it might have. You should never run
any registry cleaner.
Registry cleaning programs are all snake oil. Cleaning of the
registry isn't needed and is dangerous. Leave the registry alone and
don't use any registry cleaner. Despite what many people think, and
what vendors of registry cleaning software try to convince you of,
having unused registry entries doesn't really hurt you.
The risk of a serious problem caused by a registry cleaner erroneously
removing an entry you need is far greater than any potential benefit
it may have.
Let me point out that neither I nor anyone else who warns against the
use of registry cleaners has ever said that they always cause
problems. If they always caused problems, they would disappear from
the market almost immediately. Many people have used a registry
cleaner and never had a problem with it.
Rather, the problem with a registry cleaner is that it carries with it
the substantial risk of having a problem. And since there is no
benefit to using a registry cleaner, running that risk is a very bad
Ken Blake, Microsoft MVP
A clean install of Windows 7/8/10 can fix many problems, but to some users, it brings new problem: the Windows can't connect to internet because the Ethernet controller driver/network adapter driverismissing. But without internet, how are they supposed to download and install network adapter driver and other drivers? If you are also troubled by this dilemma, here is two ways to install drivers without internet connection on Windows 7/8/10/XP/Vista.
Note: It is necessary to have a backup of drivers on your computer so that if the drivers are deleted accidentally, become corrupted or incompatible, you can get back the drivers easily.
Copy Lan/Wired/Wireless Drivers from Other Computer
Windows 7 Can't Download Anything
You need another computer with network connection to download a network driver, then use a USB flash drive, a smartphone or any other device to copy the driver to the internet-disabled computer.
Step 1. Learn about the detailed information of your hardware device (PC model or the network card model) and operation system that you are using.
Step 2. On a computer with workable Wi-Fi or other network connection, go to the website of the device manufacturer and search for the network driver that is right for your network card. If you are using a off-the-shelf computer, you can directly go to the PC manufacturer's website. Or you can go to network card manufacturer's website
Step 3.Download the Lan/Wired/Wireless driver file on the computer and copy the file to a USB flash drive.
Step 4. Plug the USB flash drive to your computer that has no network connection. And copy the network driver file to the computer.
Step 5. Install the network driver on the computer.
Install Drivers with Driver Talent Without Internet
If you need to install more than just network driver after a clean install of Windows system, you are suggested to install drivers without internet in a more intelligent way: using Driver Talent for Network Card(opens new window). The program is especially designed to download network drivers without internet connection.
- After installing the program on your computer, you have compatible WiFi/wireless/Ethernet/wired drivers automatically installed with no need to search for the right drivers.
- Install all needed drivers on your PC at once, such as video card driver, audio driver, so that you don't need to install the missing drivers one by one after a fresh install, format, upgrade of Windows.
- The program is compatible with Windows 10/8.1/8/7/XP/Vista.
Step 1. On the computer with Wi-Fi or wired network, download Driver Talent for Network Card.exe file. The file is a little bit large with a size of 182MB. But it takes only several minutes to download.
Step 2. Copy the .exe file to the network-disabled computer. Open the file to install the program. As the program is installed on your computer, all needed WiFi/wireless/Ethernet/wired drivers will be installed as well.
Step 3. After the installing is done, you should be able to access the internet. If you've installed the network drivers but see no internet connection, just reboot your computer for the installation to take effect.
Step 4. You can continue to use the program to install other drivers on your computer.
What if You Have No Network and USB Drivers
If you need to install drivers without both network and USB drive, which means that you have no network driver while the computer won't recognize your USB drive, you can:
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- Try to connect the USB drive to a USB 1.1 or 2.0 port. In some Windows system like Windows 7, the system has no the USB 3.0 drivers from its first build so the USB drive won't be recognized if you plug it into USB 3.0 port.
- Use CD to install drivers. When you first purchase a computer or peripheral devices, the computer or device often comes with a CD stored with basic drivers. Use the CD to install drivers without network or USB.