How to Connect to the Internet after Installing Windows® XP Service Pack 3

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If you are unable to connect to the Internet after installing Windows® XP Service Pack 3, then follow the easy 5-step resolution and the Internet will work with Windows® XP Service Pack 3 still installed on your computer.

Microsoft® Windows® XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) enables you to get the latest updates and fixes for Windows®XP operating system. It also includes all the other updates released for Windows®XP.

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Step 3

Type ”nslookup”
On the command prompt, type ”nslookup” and then click ”Enter”.

Step 4

Correct the Error Message
If you get the “DNS server is not responding” error message, then you need to download & install Windows® XP Update KB951830.

You have identified the error message behind the Internet connection failure and should now proceed with the download and installation process to use the Internet along with Windows® XP SP3 installed on your computer.

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